Journal -- U.S. Attorney Sutton, too, has since moved up
the pecking order in the Department of Justice bureaucracy. His
long-time associate, Attorney General Alberto
Gonzales, (Sutton and Gonzales also both served under George
W. Bush when he was governor of Texas) last year appointed him
as the chairman of the Attorney General's Advisory Committee
of U.S. Attorneys, which plays a major role in determining policy
for the Department of Justice.
Tonight -- CNN -- February 12
Well, it is rotten to the core, and it's been rotten since moment
... And he [Bush] has shown us this evil side
to him. And the reason why people don't talk about impeachment,
you know, it is two men's lives. I think it's that important.
That's why I even mentioned it. I want to save these men. I want
to save them and impeach the president. But I know the outrage.
If they die in prison, it will be the president's personal responsibility.