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If you want an understanding of what happened, read this!
Unlike Scott McLellan's recent self-serving tell-all, Iglesias' book gives the clear-eyed and fair recounting of the evidence that we expect of our judicial system.
The book first gives an account of Mr. Iglesias' career in service to his country before resignation from his post as U.S. Attorney and the ensuing scandal.
Good writing, but repetitious. Probably leaves mystery unsolved as to why such diligent and competent attorneys were all fired for doing their job.Published 2 months ago by Mary C Harris
The book demonstrates the importance of cultural diversity and personal faith to the underlying strength and the future of our country.Published 5 months ago by Kathleen Albright
Bush fired 7. They are hired by and serve at the discression. Clinton fired all 93 US attorneys and no one complained. This was the biggest non scandal. Read morePublished on August 11, 2009 by EAJ
I knew this book was going to be good before I bought it. Americans need to read this so they won't make the same mistakes as the last time. Read morePublished on September 7, 2008 by D. Greene
"In Justice" primarily relates Iglesias' experience in the notorious DOJ firing of 8 prosecutors in 2006. Read morePublished on August 31, 2008 by Loyd E. Eskildson
It was sad, yet refreshing, to see a true "Bush-ite" see the truth about the lying, law-breaking administration that we have been saddled with for eight years.Published on August 28, 2008
"In Justice" is a thoroughly absorbing, detailed look at how absolute power corrupts absolutely. If a late-night walk through the White House and the Department of Justice, after... Read morePublished on August 23, 2008 by Token Irish
This book was so fasinating that I had difficulty putting it down. It explains a lot about what happened that never made it to the sound bites of the news media. Read morePublished on August 22, 2008 by Eleanor O. Hare
I read this book in two days because it was gripping and engaged my interest. I know that the facts are true because I trust the validity, integrity and honesty of David Iglesias. Read morePublished on August 2, 2008 by Roberta S. Carter