Wednesday, July 25, 2007



We may see that frogmarch yet.
Documents Contradict Gonzales' Testimony

BY LARA JAKES JORDAN
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Documents indicate eight congressional leaders were briefed about the Bush administration's terrorist surveillance program on the eve of its expiration in 2004, contradicting sworn Senate testimony this week by Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

The documents underscore questions about Gonzales' credibility as senators consider whether a perjury investigation should be opened into conflicting accounts about the program and a dramatic March 2004 confrontation leading up to its potentially illegal reauthorization.

4 Comments:

At 8:50 PM, Blogger Paddy said...

Fun, fun, FUN!!!

 
At 9:58 PM, Blogger Kirsten said...

To quote Nelson Muntz- HA ha!

 
At 8:44 AM, Anonymous Tom said...

No one that belongs to this adminitration will go to jail, pardons from Bush will ensure that.

Purhaps the only way to beat the presidential pardon is trial by the World Court.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Criminal_Court

 
At 10:35 AM, Blogger Kirsten said...

An American being tried at the world court?
Where? When?
I have a dream...

 

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