Suddenly silent: Solyndra execs refuse to fess up to Congress

Daily Caller
Executives from bankrupt solar company Solyndra refused to testify at a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee Friday morning, despite being peppered with questions from committee Republicans.   Solyndra CEO Brian Harrison and CFO Brian Stover invoked the Fifth Amendment more than 20 times while Republicans repeatedly questioned them on the failure of the federally-backed company and the chances of repaying their $535 million loan from the Department of Energy.  Read article

6 thoughts on “Suddenly silent: Solyndra execs refuse to fess up to Congress

  1. Hopefully, the FBI will be able to follow the money to a conclusion.

  2. The Wind Industry is right behind this revelation … the epitaph of renewable gullibility is being written.

  3. I just can’t resist responding to George Hebert’s reply.

    Hopefully, the FBI will be able to follow the money to a “collusion”.

    Either way, I think we are both correct.

    • Sometimes the above page does not respond but just type in article title for this story at BizJournal website that does come up.

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