Deputy attorney general to testify again

Paul McNulty will appear before a House subcommittee on his way out the door.


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Tim Grieve
June 12, 2007 9:14PM (UTC)

Critics of Alberto Gonzales couldn't get an up-or-down vote on a no-confidence resolution in the Senate Monday, but that doesn't mean that they're done. Word just in from the House Judiciary Committee: The Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law will hold a hearing next week related to "The Continuing Investigation Into the U.S. Attorney Controversy and Related Matters."

The witness: Paul McNulty, who has announced his resignation as deputy attorney general and -- in the wake of attempts by Gonzales and Monica Goodling to implicate him in the U.S. attorney mess -- may suddenly be feeling a little talkative.

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