AUGUST 27 2007

Departure won't end probe: Davis speculated Monday that Gonzales
stepped down after getting word that a pending Inspector General's
report about his involvement in the firing of several U.S. Attorneys
would not be favorable.
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AG's departure won't end probe, Davis says
Mary Orndorff of Breaking News at al.com

U.S. Rep. Artur Davis, D-Birmingham, said the resignation of Attorney
General Alberto Gonzales will not dissuade Congress from finishing
its investigation into allegations that the Department of Justice
prosecuted people based on their political affiliation.

"The fact that he is leaving should not deter Congress from
continuing to dig into claims of selective prosecution or abuse of
power," Davis said in an interview a few minutes after Gonzales
announced his resignation.

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