Karl Rove and other top officials in the George W. Bush White House
were deeply involved in pushing for the ouster of several U.S.
attorneys, notably including one in New Mexico, according to testimony
and e-mails that the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee
Sworn testimony from former White House
Counsel Harriet Miers revealed that Rove considered former U.S.
Attorney David Iglesias of New Mexico a "serious problem" and "wanted
something done about it" because of complaints about politically
sensitive investigations that Iglesias had mounted. Miers said that she
couldn't recall whether Rove specifically demanded