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Recently Fired U.S. Attorneys Testify at Capitol

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Recently Fired U.S. Attorneys Testify at Capitol

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Recently Fired U.S. Attorneys Testify at Capitol

Recently Fired U.S. Attorneys Testify at Capitol

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At least four of the eight recently fired U.S. attorneys are testifying today before the Senate Judiciary Committee and before a House Judiciary subcommittee.

The panels are looking into allegations that the prosecutors were fired for political reasons. Those expected to testify are David Iglesias of New Mexico, Bud Cummins of Arkansas, Carol Lam of California and John McKay of Washington.