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April 05, 2012

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Wayne Isaacks

Trying Clemmens for lying to Congress is a riduculous waste of government money and effort, and a horrible abuse of a fine citizen desigend to break him. Who beleives Congress has clean hands with the truth?

If you or your clients are ever called before Congress to testify, you should give serious consideration to pleading the 5th, as anything you say could be prosecuted as lying to Congress. All they need is someone to contradict you,and the political or career desire to prosecute; and every issue has two sides.

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