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Unfit for chief law enforcer

May 17, 2007

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ANY CREDIBILITY that Attorney General Albert Gonzales still had as the nation's chief law enforcement officer is in shreds after the tale told in the Senate Judiciary Commitee Tuesday. A former top US Justice aide testified that in 2004, Gonzales tried to pressure his predecessor, John Ashcroft, into approving the Bush administration's warrantless wiretaps -- even though Ashcroft and the ... (Full article: 452 words)

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