Template talk:Dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy Gonzales April 19 2007

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C-SPAN Access/address to Gonzales Hearing, 4/19/07[edit]

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Firing of U.S. Attorneys April 19, 2007 (Senate Hearing with Gonzales)

Free Version Search access: It's possible to pick out the descriptive text that only applies to the session, but uncertain if that will continue to work.
The hearings are split into morning and afternoon viewable for free on real-player, Javascript access as follows, not really html.
It looks like they may set up an "attorney" page based on the results for the URL. -- Yellowdesk 15:14, 6 May 2007 (UTC)

Morning Session
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Senate Judiciary Hearing on the Dismissal of U.S. Attorneys - Morning Session Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) chairs a Judiciary Cmte. hearing on the hiring and firing of U.S. Attorneys. Atty Gen. Alberto Gonzales will appear is expected to testify that he did nothing wrong in coordinating the firing of eight U.S. Attorneys. Critics have claimed the dismissals were either motivated by desire to install attorneys more loyal to the Republican party or as retribution for actions or inactions damaging to the Republican party. 4/19/2007: WASHINGTON, DC: 3 hr. 19 min.

Afternoon Session
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Senate Judiciary Hearing on the Dismissal of U.S. Attorneys - Afternoon Session Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales testifies before a Judiciary Cmte. hearing on the recent firing of eight U.S. Attorneys. Critics have questioned the motivation for the firing and the Atty. Gen.'s role in the process. The original hearing, scheduled for Tuesday, was post- poned because of the Virginia Tech University shootings. 4/19/2007: WASHINGTON, DC: 2 hr. 27 min.