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Old January 20, 2012, 05:56 PM   #1836
Aguila Blanca
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Romero claims Cunningham did nothing wrong and acted in good faith, but the Department of Justice in Washington is making him the fall guy, claiming he failed to accurately provide the Oversight Committee with information on the execution of Fast and Furious.

"To avoid needless preparation by the Committee and its staff for a deposition next week, I am writing to advise you that my client is going to assert his constitutional privilege not to be compelled to be a witness against himself." Romero told Issa.
Hmmm ...

"I have done nothing wrong, therefore I decline to testify on the grounds that any answer I give may tend to incriminate me."

How does that work, Mr. Cunningham? If you did nothing wrong, then no answer you give could possibly incriminate you.
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