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former judge CEO Martin Shkreli plans to plead the fifth if you're forced to appear at a congressional hearing in Washington next week about drug prices , the thirty two year old even talking the tweeting whether or not to go quote haven't decided yet should I , travel down from New York , to Washington , and sherry in person I refuse to answer questions , right house committee on oversight and government reform investigating Shkreli for his former company billion to raise the price of a life saving medicine by more than five thousand percent , the same time breaking federal criminal charges for his time at a hedge fund Congress is less interested in that , using money from , where Congress is much more interested in his decision to raise drug prices , that really many witnesses invoke the Fifth Amendment and refused to answer questions , scrolling down a five million dollar bail and expected in Congress on Tuesday