Bryan Pagliano, Hillary Clinton’s alleged information technology specialist, reportedly invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination today while declining to answer more than 100 questions in a deposition about his alleged role in setting up and managing Clinton’s private email server. Show More Summary
One of the key figures in Hillary Clinton‘s email scandal invoked the Fifth Amendment over 125 times in a 90-minute deposition on Wednesday. Bryan Pagliano worked as an IT specialist … READ ON
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WITH DNC IN MIND, CITY BANS CARRYING URINE, FECES. Democrats vow: This House sit-in will go on until one of us literally wipes with the Fifth Amendment. “In lieu of an exit question,” Allahpundit writes, “meditate on this: John Lewis himself was once … erroneously included on a no-fly list. He’s effectively protesting against his […]
WHILE DEMOCRAT CONGRESSMEMBERS ENACT A SAD PARODY OF CIVIL RIGHTS SIT-INS ON THE HOUSE FLOOR IN SUPPORT OF ELIMINATING FIFTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS FOR CITIZENS, Clinton IT specialist invokes 5th Amendment more than 125 times in depositio...
In the wake of Orlando, Democrats finally have found a way to begin stripping Americans of their Second Amendment rights. First, they’ll strip them of their Fifth Amendment rights. The Fifth Amendment declares that no person shall “be...Show More Summary
Bill of Rights Wrongs
There’s no such thing as a free lunch. Or as the Fifth Amendment puts it, “nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.” Despite the clarity with which the Takings Clause proclaims that government must...Show More Summary
Michael H. Park, William S. Consovoy, Bryan K. Weir, Ilya Shapiro, Jayme Weber, Manuel S. Klausner There’s no such thing as a free lunch. Or as the Fifth Amendment puts it, “nor shall private property be taken for public use, without...Show More Summary
Puerto Rico may have its own constitution, its own government, its own laws, and its own courts—but it is not a true sovereign under the Fifth Amendment’s Double Jeopardy Clause. If that sentence confuses you, that’s because it’s confusing. Show More Summary
Bryan Pagliano, the man who set up Hillary Clinton’s private email server, will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights and refuse to answer questions...
The man believed to have set up and maintained Hillary Clinton’s private email server will assert his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination and refuse to answer questions as part of an open records lawsuit against the State Department, the Hill newspaper reported on Wednesday....
Feds will have a harder time skirting the Fifth Amendment with a new fingerprint unlock rule.
Today is May 16, the date in 1927 when the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the federal income tax against a challenge that making someone pay tax on illegal income violated the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. In United States v. Show More Summary
Clarifying Penn Central: does a government taking property violate Fifth Amendment when it groups together commonly owned parcels in such a way as to avoid an obligation to provide just compensation? [Ilya Shapiro, Ilya Somin on Supreme Court case of Murr v. Show More Summary
Your passwords are protected from "Illegal search and seizure" thanks to the Fifth Amendment, but biometrics are not.
By now, everyone's heard of the case of Paytsar Bkhchadzhyan, the 29 year old woman whose number of crimes nearly match her age. Last February, she was court-ordered to submit her fingerprint in order to access her iPhone that was seized at an Armenian Power gang member's residence in Glendale,......
You can be forced to provide your fingerprint to access the data on your phone. But you don't have to make it easy. Being able to unlock your phone with your fingerprints is a really good thing. It's not the most secure method you can...Show More Summary
FBI Director James Comey is still complaining about encryption but it doesn't seem to be preventing law enforcement from accessing devices. To date, law enforcement has paid hackers to break into a phone, had an iPhone owner suddenly...Show More Summary