Press release: “Today U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card asking for an explanation of the so called ’12 hour gap’ between the time then White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales told Card that White House staff were instructed to preserve all documentary evidence that may relate to the Plame leak investigation and the time that Gonzales gave the rest of the White House staff the same directive.”
Text of July 25, 2005 Letter from Rep. Conyers to the President Seeking Assurance on Non-Use of Presidential Pardon in CIA Leak Investigation
House Judiciary Committee Democrats Request DOJ Inspector General Investigation: “Finally, on September 29, 2003-sixty-seven days after the initial concerns were expressed by CIA employees-the DOJ responded and advised the CIA that the Counterespionage Division had requested that the FBI initiate an investigation of this matter.”
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