Conyers wants unredacted documents from Goodling in attorney-firing probe

Crabtree, Susan
May 2007
Hill;5/23/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 62, p3
The article reports that U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers wanted to obtain the information from Monica Goodling, former senior aide, regarding the termination of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. Goodling has refused to give the unredacted documents related dismissal of Gonzales because the documents are owned by the Department of Justice (DoJ). John Dowd, attorney of Goodling, cited on the limitation of government employees to hand over documents in response to subpoenas.


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