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National Abortion Federation – UPDATE: Anti-Abortion Defendants Plan to Plead Fifth Amendment

26.8.15

National Abortion Federation – UPDATE: Anti-Abortion Defendants Plan to Plead Fifth Amendment: [prochoice.org] In a discovery hearing Friday, counsel for defendants notified the court that all defendants, including the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) and Biomax, plan to plead the Fifth Amendment in response to the pending discovery requests in order to refrain from self-incrimination.The parties agreed in the hearing that the individuals who masqueraded as Biomax representatives, and are known only by alias identities will be bound by the temporary restraining order (TRO) as if they were named parties to the suit, and prohibited from releasing any confidential information from National Abortion Federation (NAF) meetings.


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