Alberto Gonzales' Legal and Financial Woes Mount
Friends of former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales have started a trust fund to collect money for his legal fees. They say as a career service employee, he doesn't have the funds to pay his mounting legal fees himself for the ongoing investigating into whether he lied to Congress or obstructed justice about the U.S. Attorney firings.
Jason at Truthout has a new article today on the evidence collected against Gonzales by the fired AUSA's.
Here's more on Jeffrey Taylor, U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia.
If the DOJ's inspector general investigation concludes further investigation into possible federal crimes is warranted and refers the case to the US attorney's office for the District of Columbia to probe the matter, McKay said a special prosecutor should be appointed instead because the US attorney in DC is Gonzales's former chief of staff.
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