TMZ can label anonymous sources whatever the hell they want. Lawyers literally have the word law in their name and are a part of the law/legal enforcement system, so whatever. But let's look at this logically. We know you were wrong when you said that if someone calls the cops reporting a domestic dispute, someone HAS to be arrested. It's just not true. If there are no signs of a physical incident, and both parties deny it, No one is getting arrested on the say-so of someone else. We know that there were no injuries. We're told neither party had injuries. This casts Chuck's statement into doubt and provides no probable cause to assume there had been a physical altercation. That probable cause must have come from a witness, (their child/children), or Chuck, or his wife during the interview. I don't believe it was their kid and I don't know if they could legally be questioned at that point anyway. It must have been the Lidell parents. Now, and bear with me here because this is important, If both Lidells had denied anything had happened, the cops would have been forced to leave, having no evidence of a domestic altercation. That means that one or both admitted to the cops that something physical between the two of them had gone down. Because "law enforcement sources" say that an aggressor could not be determined, It means that they were blaming each other. At that point the cops said we know something happened, we don't know who initiated it but one of you is going to take the fall. Chuck is probably telling the truth here when he says that he volunteered to be the one, for the sake of the kids--but he was still mad as hell at her, which is evidenced by his scathing statement on his release. So here's the thing Chuck is leaving out--he is making up or greatly exaggerating his injuries because they were not apparent to the investigating officers and that she blames him for the fight just as much as he blames her. As per usual, statements like his are not the whole truth and the truth lies somewhere in the middle.