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Gonzales still under scrutiny

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The Justice Department’s internal watchdog said last week that he was investigating whether sworn statements to Congress by outgoing Attorney General Alberto Gonzales were “intentionally false, misleading, or inappropriate.” Inspector General Glenn Fine informed the Senate Judiciary Committee that he was examining Gonzales’ testimony on warrantless wiretaps, the dismissal of U.S. attorneys, and other matters that were contradicted by other witnesses or by documentary evidence. Gonzales had no comment about the investigation but has said he tried to be truthful to Congress at all times. He resigned as attorney general early last week, effective Sept. 17, giving no reason for his departure.

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