(Guest blogged by Logan Murphy) (video courtesy of PoliticsTV) As always, Senator Russ Feingold brings the heat. During his questioning of the At
April 18, 2007

(Guest blogged by Logan Murphy)

(video courtesy of PoliticsTV)

As always, Senator Russ Feingold brings the heat. During his questioning of the Attorney General, he touches on a number of issues including the detrimental repercussions of this scandal on the DOJ and other U.S. Attorneys, even touching on a case from Wisconsin involving Georgia Thompson, who was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned by current Wisconsin U.S. Attorney, Steven Biskupic.

Feingold: "Attorney General you've sworn an oath today and that oath carries with it certain legal consequences, but you have a duty to the American people as a public servant to tell the truth when you speak to the public in a press conference, a news interview or by publishing an op-ed piece in a newspaper. Don't you?"

You can listen to the audio of Feingold's questioning here.

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