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Did Kenneth Starr leak confidential grand jury information to the press?
by Avinoam Sapir
The following is the special prosecutor's denial in June:
||"The OIC (Office of Independent Counsel) does not release grand jury material, directly or indirectly, on the record or off the record; the OIC does not violate Department of Justice policy or applicable ethical guidelines and the OIC does not release (and never has released) information provided by a witness during witness interviews except as authorized by law."
Please note the use of the present tense instead of the past tense.
Using present tense violates the formula of "first person singular past tense". This formula establishes commitment on the part of the subject as to what happened. But, since there is no commitment, there is no "Total Belief".
Since the subject ran away from commitment to that part of the story, it should be considered as a sensitive point for the subject and is likely to be unreliable.
© 1998 By Avinoam Sapir