He would certainly be open to a federal charge for violation of 18 USC 1001.
But it would be up to a prosecutor to decide whether to press charges, and then up to a judge or jury to decide guilt.
It’s a fact that people have gone to prison for violating that law. Our point is that the legal equivalent of a sworn statement carries some weight as evidence — more than a campaign press release, for example.
Looks like there is a reason Romney will not release his tax returns…
Wait… one more…
Looks like Nolan’s Bane is not the only crimelord to hit the airwaves this summer.