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Forced Amnesia Well Over 500 Times!

- October 24, 2016

Newly Released Deposition Brings The Number Of Instances Where Clinton And Her Cronies Couldn’t Recall The Details Of Her Email Scandal Under Oath To 568

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TOP TAKEAWAYS

  • In sworn responses to interrogatory questions, Clinton answered “I do not recall” or some variation 21 times.
  • During a recent deposition, State Department IT Specialist, John Bentel, pled the Fifth or answered with “I do not recall” or some variation 90 times.
  • In an interview with the FBI, Clinton responded to inquiries from investigators with “I do not recall” or some variation 35 times.
  • In a deposition regarding the setup of Clinton’s private email server, Clinton-aide, Huma Abedin, responded to deposition questions with “I do not recall” or some variation 103 times.
  • In a deposition regarding the setup of Clinton’s private email server, top State Department aide, Patrick Kennedy, responded to deposition questions with “I do not recall” or some variation 54 times.
  • In a deposition regarding the setup of Clinton’s private email server, former Clinton Chief-of Staff, Cheryl Mills, responded to deposition questions with “I do not recall” or some variation 135 times.
  • In a deposition regarding the setup of Clinton’s private email server, Clinton IT Specialist, Bryan Pagliano, pled the Fifth 130 times.

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NEWLY RELEASED DEPOSITION SHOWED A CLINTON IT AIDE INVOKING THE FIFTH OR FAILING TO RECALL FACTS 90 TIMES

Former State Department IT Specialist, John Bentel, Recently Testified In A Lawsuit Connected To Clinton’s Email Server, And Invoked His Fifth Amendment Right Or Refused To Answer More Than Ninety Questions

Former State Department Director Of Information Resource Management Of The Executive Secretariat, John Bentel, Invoked His Fifth Amendment Right Or Refused To Answer More Than Ninety Questions, In A Deposition Related To Clinton’s Email Server. “A former State Department IT aide invoked his Fifth Amendment rights and refused to answer more than 90 questions Monday during the final deposition in a lawsuit over Hillary Clinton's private emails. John Bentel, former Director of Information Resource Management of the executive secretariat, would not answer questions about whether the Clintons had paid his legal fees or offered him financial incentives, according to Judicial Watch, the conservative-leaning group that brought the suit.” (Sarah Westwood, “State Dept. Aide Pleads The Fifth More Than 90 Times,” Washington Examiner, 10/24/16)

BETWEEN HER FBI INTERVIEW AND DEPOSITION, CLINTON COULDN’T RECALL KEY FACTS OVER 50 TIMES

In Interrogatory Responses To Questions Regarding The Setup Of Her Private Email Server, Clinton Could Not Recall Details Surrounding Her Server At least Twenty-One Times

In Sworn Interrogatory Responses, Clinton Said She Could Not Recall Key Details About The Use Of A Private Email Server At Least Twenty-One Times. “Hillary Clinton said under oath in a court filing Thursday that she can't recall key details about her use of a private email server or she refused to answer questions about it posed by a conservative legal group. Clinton lawyer David Kendall provided the Democratic presidential nominee's sworn responses to 25 written questions submitted by Judicial Watch. The group has filed multiple lawsuits seeking copies of government documents from Clinton's tenure as secretary of state. Clinton's answers provided no new information beyond what she told FBI agents during the recently closed investigation into whether she and her staff mishandled classified information. In her responses, Clinton used some variation of ‘does not recall’ at least 21 times.” (Michael Biesecker, “Clinton Says She Can’t Recall Key Details About Email Server,” The Associated Press, 10/13/16)

During A Recent FBI Interview Regarding Her Email Setup, Clinton Could Not Recall Details Regarding The Setup Of Her Email Server 35 Times. (“Forced Amnesia,” GOP Research, 9/5/16)

PREVIOUS DEPOSITIONS SHOWED CLINTON CRONIES FAILING TO RECALL OR PLEADING THE FIFTH HUNDREDS OF TIMES

In Previous Depositions And Questioning Of Clinton’s Email Server, Clinton And Top Aides “Could Not Recall” Details Regarding The Server Nearly 300 Times

During A Recent Deposition Regarding Clinton’s Email Setup, Top Clinton Aide, Huma Abedin, Could Not Recall Details Regarding Clinton’s Email 103 Times. (“Forced Amnesia,” RNC Research, 9/5/16)

During A Recent Deposition Regarding Clinton’s Email Setup, Top State Department Aide, Patrick Kennedy, Could Not Recall Details Regarding Clinton’s Email 54 Times. (“Forced Amnesia,” RNC Research, 9/5/16)

During A Recent Deposition Regarding Clinton’s Email Setup, Former Clinton Chief Of Staff, Cheryl Mills, Could Not Recall Details Regarding Clinton’s Email 135 Times. (“Forced Amnesia,” RNC Research, 9/5/16)

Clinton IT Staffer, Bryan Pagliano, Pled The Fifth 130 Times In A Deposition Regarding The Setup Of Clinton’s Email Server

During A Recent Deposition Regarding Clinton’s Email Setup, State Department IT Specialist, Bryan Pagliano, Pled The Fifth 130 Times. “Hillary Clinton's former IT staffer, once responsible for maintaining her private computer server, refused to answer questions from lawyers about her email setup and invoked his Fifth Amendment right 130 times during a deposition this week, according to a transcript of the deposition. Bryan Pagliano was deposed Wednesday as part of a lawsuit concerning Clinton's email account brought by the conservative group Judicial Watch. The transcript of that deposition was posted online today.” (“Clinton IT Staffer Pleads Fifth 130 Times, Transcript Shows,” ABC News, 6/23/16)


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