Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was back on Capitol Hill on July 24, 2007, facing a renewed broadside of charges .
Senators repeatedly questioned his honesty and his fitness for office.
One Republican went so far as to suggest a special prosecuter was needed to sort out suspicions over the attorney general's conduct.
For the first time in public, Gonzales also talked about what was discussed during a visit to then Attorney General John Ashcroft.
The committee doesn't seem to want to let this issue rest. Several Senators requested documents from Gonzales on the Ashcroft incident.
Gonzales agreed to provide what he could.
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