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Think June 30th, 2013 4:41am

If Lois Lerner is innocent is there any reason to invoke the 5th amendment? If yes, please explain.

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chickencookie
06/30/13 10:27 am

Shes definitely guilty as she has signed off on paperwork to disparage tea partiers. I cant wait to hear this bitch on c span again with that other arrogant weasel Shulman. And just think they will be in charge of your health care in 6 months

duey in a fools paradise
06/30/13 6:54 am

She has every right to plead the 5th but congress also has its own set of options. Can't wait for it to play out!

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comppete Las Vegas
06/30/13 9:57 pm

She HAD a right, but blew that right when she made her "innocence" statement. Now she will be compelled to testify under oath or go to jail.

TempName14 Everywhere but nowhere
06/30/13 5:11 am

I think she's scum, but I acknowledge that even innocent people would be smart to invoke the 5th and lawyer-up. I would. Innocent people do sometimes get hurt.

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Think Lovin Life
06/30/13 5:20 am

I disagree. Innocent people don't need to plead the 5th.

TempName14 Everywhere but nowhere
06/30/13 5:25 am

Too many innocent people have spent years in jail only to be freed later when DNA or other evidence releases them. Many helped hang themselves by cooperating under the premise that they would be ok. Libby scooter is a good example of a guy .....

TempName14 Everywhere but nowhere
06/30/13 5:26 am

.... That would have Been just fine had he kept his mouth shut.

MrMilkdud Pref pronouns Thou Thee
06/30/13 6:57 am

A skilled lawyer can take an innocent person through a line of questions that makes them appear guilty- especially with a jury that is easily persuaded by conditional answers and false choices. This is usually why defense lawyers object to questions.

MrMilkdud Pref pronouns Thou Thee
06/30/13 7:05 am

Yesterday 84 people on this app willingly chose between vandalizing property with either poop or pee. They probably wouldn't do either, but they chose to answer instead of just ignoring the question. I view pleading the 5th as ignoring bad questions.

elianastar Gab.ai FreeSpeech
06/30/13 2:05 am

It is arguably demonstrably evident she most likely is not innocent. She was behind FEC targeting of Christian Coalition case few yrs back. Then was promoted to IRS. Do a little research & it is harder to buy she is likely innocent.

TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
06/29/13 9:48 pm

She's doing it unconstitutionally to protect not herself but her supervisors, probably right up to White House staff like Valerie Jarrett.

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Think Lovin Life
06/29/13 11:27 pm

That may be true, but that is not the purpose of the 5th amendment. It's there to protect from SELF incrimination, not the incrimination of others who deserve to be incriminated!

TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
06/29/13 11:32 pm

I totally agree - that's why I said "unconstitutionally." Hope they nail her AND her bosses, then abolish the IRS.

Think Lovin Life
06/30/13 2:55 am

And wouldn't it be swell if the real power players behind this and MrO's several other scandals were brought to justice.

What's saddest about this is that there are few honest people on the left courageous enough to stand and condemn MrO.