PoliticoSolyndra's top executives will take the safe route on Friday by invoking their Fifth Amendment rights not to answer questions from a House panel investigating the California solar company's demise.
Attorneys for CEO Brian Harrison and CFO W.G. Stover told the House Energy and Commerce’s Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee in separate letters sent Tuesday that they have advised their clients to decline all lawmaker questions because of the ongoing Justice Department criminal investigation.
"This is not a decision arrived at lightly, but it is a decision dictated by current circumstances," wrote Harrison's attorney, Walter Brown.
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