When Attorney General Alberto Gonzales raises his right hand to testify in his make-or-break hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week, he’ll be facing down a roomful of hostile Democrats and skeptical Republicans.

But behind the familiar faces, in the far-right side of Room 216 of the Hart Senate Office Building, will sit a man who is as responsible as anyone for bringing the leadership of the Justice Department to its knees.

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