No, it isnt.
False witness alert!
You just proved that isnt what youve been saying - because you are again seeking proof of innocence, which shows you still dont get it. Innocence doesnt have to be proven, guilt does.
yes, people can be found guilty of perjury, after they are charged and go to trial. They should be charged, after all that is what they wanted to happen to Officer Wilson - and that is what real justice is. An even weight.
Let me put it another way... if you can't prove someone is innocent, how do you prove someone lied intentionally by saying they aren't?