Wherein Lies the Truth?

When you agree with me
You see my knowledge shows
With me you disagree
I’m in delusion’s throes
Confirm your fallacy
I’ve hit it on the nose
Focus what you can’t see
I’m obsessed and morose

In a courtroom, the judge will inform the jury to disregard the testimony of a witness who has been caught in a lie on the witness stand, the logic being that you cannot necessarily tell when a person is telling the truth or not, but once you establish that they lie, then you know something about them; it becomes a precedent. Precedent is behavior indicating a tendency toward, in this instance, a willingness to lie when an oath of the truth has been given. (Precedent in legal usage generally is what judges and lawyers use to show that they are obligated to follow the inane rulings of somebody prior, thereby exonerating themselves of personal accountability.)

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