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Republicans tee off as execs invoke the Fifth

House Energy and Commerce Chairman Fred Upton (R-Mich.) issued a stark warning to those involved in the emerging Solyndra scandal after executives for the bankrupt solar energy company invoked their Fifth Amendment rights 20 times at a hearing this morning. "It is a very sad commentary that we met resistance every step of the way of seeking answers to basic questions overseeing the approval process of this project," Upton said. "Let me just warn you and the other folks involved in this taxpayer ripoff. We're not done. No we're not."

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