I’m going to run out to do battle with Sears again (they’ve got a new dehumidifer for me, and boy is it muggy here in the Midwest), so I won’t get a chance to analyze the full–and long–laundry list till I win (!) my next battle with Sears.
But just as a teaser, here’s how Conyers worded the demand for the Bush and Cheney interviews.
All documents from the office of former Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald described below for which the former Special Counsel has not determined that disclosure would be barred by Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 6(e) governing grand jury secrecy:
a) Complete and unredacted versions of transcripts, reports, notes, and other documents relating to any interviews outside the presence of the grand jury of President George W. Bush.
b) Complete and unredacted versions of transcripts, reports, notes, and other documents relating to any interviews outside the presence of the grand jury of Vice President Richard Cheney.
c) Complete and unredacted versions of 302 interview reports relating to interviews of the following witnesses in the investigation: Karl Rove, Scooter Libby, Scott McClellan, Dan Bartlett, and Andrew Card.
I wonder if Bush and Cheney are rethinking their decision not to appear before the grand jury yet?