Wednesday, May 29, 2013

CBS Starts Covering News

Eric Holder leads the headlines today. My post this morning about him lying to Congress gets some play.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday expressing "great concern" about the possibility that Holder lied under oath during his testimony earlier this month on the Justice Department's seizing of journalists' records, CBS News has learned.
Now, there's no doubt Holder lied to Congress, but what I find amusing is that CBS is finally covering news of Holder's corruption. However, I'd like to remind the assembled readers of this blog (both of you) that even in his undeniable guilt, Eric Holder has certain guarantees.
He has the right to remain silent.
He has the right to an attorney.
He has the right to quit answering questions at any time.
If he cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to represent him.
Holder needs to lawyer up and take the 5th.  It would be wonderful schadenfreude to see the Attorney General standing on his right to remain silent.  Especially after he perjured himself before Congress.

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