MUST READ: David House Grand Jury Notes – Pastebin.com # this is how the US #fifthamendment works HT @sonofkojak

Click through to the whole thing, but here’s a snippet:

DH: Allow me to consult with my attorney.

[House leaves the grand jury and returns one minute later.]

DH: As to the previous question, I invoke.

DC: You admitted to federal agents in Boston that you had met Bradley Manning in January 2010, is that correct?

DH: I invoke.

DC: Isn’t it true that you spent the night of January 27 2010 with Daniel Clark and Bradley Manning?

DH: Can you repeat the question?

DC: Isn’t it true that you spent the night of January 27 2010 with Daniel Clark and Bradley Manning?

DH: One more time.

DC: Isn’t it true that you spent the night of January 27 2010 with Daniel Clark and Bradley Manning?

PM: He’s writing it down.

DC: Are you getting this, are you writing it all down?

DH: Was the last question a question to be answered?

DC: Yes.

DH: I invoke.

DC: And the question before?

DH: I also invoke.

via David House Grand Jury Notes – Pastebin.com.

One Reply to “MUST READ: David House Grand Jury Notes – Pastebin.com # this is how the US #fifthamendment works HT @sonofkojak”

  1. Absolutely that is how the fifth amendment works. One of the things about the practice of using the fifth amendment is that you can lose your right to invoke it if you start to pick and choose which questions on a particular topic you answer. So, you must invoke it anywhere close to the issue you are invoking it on. I was a bit surprised about invoking it for his address, but maybe he is staying with someone else?

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