(Bloomberg) -- A former U.S. State Department employee who reportedly assisted in work on Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail when she was Secretary of State is asserting his constitutional right to not testify before a Republican-led House committee.
* Bryan Pagliano’s attorneys say he won’t sit for a
deposition, as requested by a subpoena from the chairman of
the committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi * Representative Elijah Cummings explains in a memo Wednesday
to other Democrats on the panel * Representative Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, had issued the
subpoena on Aug. 11: Cummings * Pagliano’s lawyers said staffer would assert his Fifth
Amendment right not to testify: Cummings Story Link:NSN NU30OT6JTSEF<GO>
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