Now, I thought I'd start this thread because I have absolutely no interest in this man's case, which makes me a neutral party. Bernard Kerik, former NYC top cop, and nominee for the Bush administration to head Homeland security, went to jail today after being under house arrest for quite a while. Mr Kerik posted a statement online that had the following line in it: Does anyone else find anything odd about that sentence? How can you "repeatedly express remorse" about something that you "may have done"? Either you definitely did it, and expressed remorse, or you think you only "may" have done it, and therefore are not expressing remorse.