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Gonzales Frustrates Lawmakers on Domestic Spying

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Gonzales Frustrates Lawmakers on Domestic Spying

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Gonzales Frustrates Lawmakers on Domestic Spying

Gonzales Frustrates Lawmakers on Domestic Spying

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Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is grilled about federal domestic surveillance during an appearance at the House Judiciary Committee. Gonzales refused to elaborate on the program, other than to say he believes it is legal. Both Republicans and Democrats accused him of stonewalling.

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