White House Will Block Former Aid’s Testimony

It appears that former White House aid Sara Taylor is going to be blocked from testifying in the investigation of the firing of nine U.S. attorneys last year. In a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, the attorney for Ms. Taylor said she would be happy to testify, but she expects a letter from the White House directing her not to do so.

Why on earth would the Bush administration be so strongly opposed to Sara Taylor testifying, if there’s nothing to these investigations in the first place? This seems like a gesture motivated by fear. Fear of guilt?

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