Alexis Simendinger

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Advance copies of what  Alberto Gonzales  will
tell the  Senate Judiciary Committee  tomorrow have failed to silence his critics. Alberto
Gonzales has released the 25-page opening…

Alberto Gonzales Preps for Senate Hearing

Advance copies of what Alberto Gonzales will tell the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow have failed to silence his critics. Alberto Gonzales has released the 25-page opening…

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