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Sports Commanders owner Daniel Snyder testifies before Congress voluntarily but under oath

18:01  28 july  2022
18:01  28 july  2022 Source:   usatoday.com

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Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder fielded questions from the House Oversight Committee on Thursday morning after five weeks of negotiations between the two sides about the conditions of such a deposition.

Snyder agreed to provide testimony under oath but not under the power of a subpoena, a crucial distinction that required him to answer the committee's questions truthfully but also allow him to choose which questions he answers.

"Mr. Snyder has committed to providing full and complete testimony, and to answer the Committee’s questions about his knowledge of and contributions to the Commanders’ toxic work environment, as well as his efforts to interfere with the NFL’s internal investigation, without hiding behind non-disclosure or other confidentiality agreements," a House Oversight Committee spokesperson said Thursday morning.

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"Should Mr. Snyder fail to honor his commitments, the Committee is prepared to compel his testimony on any unanswered questions upon his return to the United States."

A spokesperson for Snyder confirmed that he would be speaking to committee staff remotely from Israel, where his lawyers have said he is observing the first anniversary of his mother's death.

In fact, Snyder has been out of the country since he declined to appear at a public hearing on Capitol Hill alongside NFL commissioner Roger Goodell last month.

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The committee's chair, Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), said at that hearing that she intended to issue a subpoena to compel his testimony. But committee staff have been unable to serve Snyder with that subpoena while he is out of the country.

The owner's lawyers have declined to accept a subpoena on his behalf, arguing that it is unnecessary because Snyder has agreed to appear voluntarily. They have also previously requested information about the nature and scope of questions he would face and cited due process concerns.

"The Committee’s proffered justification – that Mr. Snyder would otherwise invoke non-disclosure agreements 'to withhold information from the Committee' – is baseless," attorney Karen Patton Seymour wrote in a letter to the committee earlier this month.

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The back-and-forth has lasted more than a month and frustrated some members of the committee, including Rep. Gerald Connolly (D-Va.).

“Some negotiation between the committee and witnesses is not unheard of," Connolly told The Washington Post. "But in this particular case, I think he is just showing the kind of arrogance he has richly earned a reputation for.

"And let’s put it in context: It is the context of denying and trying to avoid responsibility for the toxic, sexist work environment that he created. This is all about limiting damage and avoiding accountability that is the context of this negotiation."

Thursday's deposition was not open to the public, but the committee can decide if or when to release a transcript of his remarks.

Contact Tom Schad at tschad@usatoday.com or on Twitter @Tom_Schad.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Commanders owner Daniel Snyder testifies before Congress voluntarily but under oath

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