Gonzales: Paul McNulty was major figure in firings

Soraghan, Mike
May 2007
Hill;5/16/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 58, p10
The article focuses on the remarks of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales regarding crime-prevention programs in the U.S. His statements emphasized the importance of partnering with local officials to fight and prevent violent crimes. He also talked about the continuing imbroglio over his decision of firing U.S. attorneys. He cites that Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty was the man behind the firings.


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