Alberto Gonzales Played Role in Texas Death Penalty Cases
The Village Voice | December 8, 2004
Alberto Gonzales briefed George W. Bush on death-penalty cases when Bush, as governor of Texas, allowed 150 men and two women to be executed. And now Gonzales will be the nation's chief law enforcement officer.

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