JULY 31 2009

1. Bush, Rove Far More Involved in Attorney Firings Than Previously
Revealed
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1. Bush, Rove Far More Involved in Attorney
Firings Than Previously Revealed
by: Jason Leopold for  t r u t h o u t

.....In an interview Thursday, Iglesias said he was "not surprised" Bush
"got involved in the decisions to dismiss the prosecutors.

"For something that became this politicized it had to get his input his
approval," Iglesias said. "I suspect when all the evidence comes out
he wasn't just in the loop he approved it."

Iglesias said he has long suspected that Rove's "fingerprints were all
over this."

In an on-camera interview with me two years ago, Iglesias said he
believed "somewhere on an RNC computer - on some server
somewhere - there's an email from Karl Rove stating why we need to
be axed."

Back then, he said he believed a "smoking gun" would eventually
surface and lead directly to Karl Rove and blow the scandal wide
open.

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Karl Rove's Agreement
with  the Congressional
Judiciary Investigation
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