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Monday, April 16, 2007

House commitee wants to talk with Paulose, others

The House Judiciary Committee has made a request that U.S. Attorney Rachel Paulose and several others submit to voluntary interviews as part of the committee's investigation into the firings of eight U.S. attorneys, according to the Associated Press. The request was reportedly made in a Monday letter to Acting Assistant Attorney General Richard Hertling.

"In our continuing effort to determine the truth behind these firings, we believe that these future interviews will also provide information which we may not already have but that is critical to our investigation nonetheless," the letter said.

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Meanwhile, in the aftermath of the tragedy at Virginia Tech, the Senate Judiciary Committee has rescheduled the appearance of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales from today to Thursday.

1 comment:

Peter said...

I weigh in on the Paulose controversy over at SwanBlog