Hillary’s ‘5th Amendment’ guy failed to disclose income from maintaining her private server

Hillary’s ‘5th Amendment’ guy failed to disclose income from maintaining her private server

[Ed. – Surprise, surprise.  Thomas Lifson points out at American Thinker that this is a felony offense.]

Bryan Pagliano is the former State Department staffer who just advised congressional committees seeking his testimony of his intention to assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. The Washington Post’s Rosalind S. Helderman and Carol D. Leonnig enlist the assistance of three of their colleagues to report on Madam Hillary’s private arrangement with Pagliano. The Post reports that Madam Hillary personally paid Pagliano for his services maintaining the private e-mail server she used for her official correspondence as Secretary of State. The Post reporters confirmed the story directly with an unnamed Clinton campaign official.

The Post adds this intriguing detail: “Pagliano did not list the outside income in the required personal financial disclosures he filed each year.” Pagliano’s attorney declined to comment to the Post.

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