Senator Ted Kennedy, D-MA., shows a document as he argues a point against United States Attorney General nominee Alberto Gonzales at his Senate confirmation hearing in Washington D.C., January 6, 2005. Gonzales, whose controversial written legal opinions as White House counsel on the use of torture are inflaming debate over his confirmation, was chosen by President George W. Bush to replace Attorney General John Ashcroft.
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