I want to see the committee heads in congress subpoena and question the secretary or office manager at the justice department who's collecting the emails that have been delivered to congress.
Who supervised your collection of emails.
What were your instructions.
What were you told to omit?
Her name is Saundra M. Callier. She's an office manager at Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA) Dept of Justice. 207 616 9864
Why do I want to see her questioned? Because I remember Rose Mary Woods, Richard Nixon's secretary, who played such an important role in the Watergate story, so important that she was featured on the cover of Time Magazine in 1973.
Now, Woods protected Nixon as best she could. She'd been his secretary for over 20 years. I strongly doubt that Saundra Callier has that kind of a relationship with Gonzales. Frankly, the only person who seems to have loyalty for Gonzales seems to be Dubya.
Saundra is not a Bush confidante. At least she shouldn't be. That means Bush should not have the ability to block her from testifying.
If Saundra is put under oath, and testifies before a congressional committee, really soon, in the next few days, before Karl Rove and his "people" can get to her, she might spill the beans.
She might explain why over two weeks of emails are missing. She might tell who has been micromanaging the selection of the emails to be sent. She might tell who has access to the email records, who has the ability to manipulate the records, who handles the computers the emails are stored on-- so the congress can start really digging.
I want to see Saundra deliver enough useful information to continue to open this case further. She can tell what emails are still un-delivered to congress. Her testimony alone could give cause to put a special investigator on this.
But I am worried about her. People like her, people who have the potential to damage people like Gonzales, Cheney and Bush, have the risk of having accidents, of dying before they old. I hope she gets to testify soon. I want her to reach a ripe old age.
Fortunately, she's not alone. There's a whole list of assistants to higher ups in the Justice Department
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