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Mukasey Aims to Leave Justice 'Unscathed'
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Mukasey Aims to Leave Justice 'Unscathed'

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Mukasey Aims to Leave Justice 'Unscathed'

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Attorney General Michael Mukasey is in Baghdad, visiting employees of the Justice Department and observing their work on helping the Iraqis keep their justice system operating.

On the flight to Baghdad, Mukasey talks about his first three months in office. He talks about his critics and the controversy over waterboarding.

"I'm not looking to make a mark; I'm looking to leave it unscathed," he says about his time leading the Justice Department.

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