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According to an attorney, Roger Clemens will reportedly not plead the fifth amendment and will answer all questions from Congress under oath.
Brian McNamee will also appear Thursday but has not decided whther he will submit a deposition or transcribed interview.
The Associated Press reminds us that it’s a crime to lie in front of Congress:
It is a crime to lie to Congress, whether sworn to tell the truth or not, so the distinction between the two has more to do with the format of the questioning and the confidentiality of the transcript.
The situation bears watching…