clearly, the aim here is to
firm up perjury charges
against one alberto gonzales, whose
statements on tuesday
are both self-contradictory,
and, now, in direct contradiction with
those of f.b.i. director mueller, AND
his written notes from the time, and the
memos and recollections of several
other participants in these events,
including james comey. thus it is,
like the scooter libby matter, becoming
a “he said, he said, he said, he wrote, he
wrote, she said, he said VS. HE says, under
oath” fight — in other words — perjury.
take a look:
July 26, 2007
BY FAX AND U.S. MAIL
The Honorable Robert S. Mueller, III
Federal Bureau of Investigation
935 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20535
Dear Director Mueller:
During today’s Judiciary Committee Oversight Hearing on the Federal Bureau of Investigation, you testified in response to questions from Rep. Artur Davis that you had taken or made notes regarding conversations that you had with former Deputy Attorney General James Comey (who at the time was Acting Attorney General) and former Attorney General John Ashcroft (who at the time had transferred his Attorney General duties to Mr. Comey) regarding a March 10, 2004, hospital visit involving former White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales and former Chief of Staff to the President Andrew Card. You also testified that you still were in possession of those notes, which from your testimony appear to memorialize facts regarding the issues discussed during and after the important events of March 10, 2004.
During the hearing, Representative Davis requested that you provide the Committee with copies of those notes. I write now to formalize that request, and ask that you provide the Committee with copies of the notes to which you referred in your testimony. To the extent that the notes may contain classified information, we are fully prepared to accommodate any such concerns by controlling or limiting storage of, access to, or publication of information contained in the notes.
I would appreciate receiving the notes from you by the close of business on Wednesday, August 1. Your response should be directed to the Judiciary Committee office, 2138 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515 (tel: 202-225-3951; fax: 202-225-7680). Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
[NEW! — please take poll at right:
dick cheney: indict, or impeach,
or wait ’til 2009? — you decide!]