Wednesday, March 21

Firing of US attorneys: Investigation is raising some questions in Washington

I'm sure you have heard about the U.S. Attorneys that were fired & the debate that has heated up concerning it being politically based. Well, the probe into the termination of these attorneys has uncovered some very questionable items.

First, a congressional investigators have become very attentive over a 16-day gap in e-mail records between the Justice Department and the White House concerning the firing of U.S. attorneys last year.

In the investigation, the Justice Department handed over 3,000+ pages of documents, including emails, to the House and Senate Judiciary committees. However, the documents included no correspondence about the firings in the critical time period between November 15, 2006, and December 2, 2006, right before the attorneys were asked for their resignations.

And to make it more interesting, Predisent Bush, citing executive privilege, has refused a congressional request to have his key aide Karl Rove and former White House counsel Harriet Miers, who was involved in the firings, testify under oath...

HMM.. Wonder why?? It wouldn't be a surprise, as this is not the first time this president has either hidden or lied to Americans...

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