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Alberto Gonzales
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U.S. Attorney General
    (August 4, 1955- )
    Raised in Houston
    Private practice attorney with the firm Vinson and Elkins (1982-1994)
    Texas Secretary of State (1997-1999)
    Served on the Texas Supreme Court (1999-2001)
    White House Counsel under the Bush administration (2001-2005)
    United States Attorney General (February 3, 2005- )
    He is divorced.
    He supports affirmative action.
    He is opposed to clemency.
    Before the 2000 election, he tried to keep George W. Bush's 1976 DUI a secret.
    For a re-election campaign, Enron gave him $6,500 in contributions (2000).
    He stated that the U.S. has the right to detain terrorism suspects indefinitely without formal charges.
    He argued that the Geneva Convention rules of how to treat P.O.W.s do not apply to captured terrorist fighters (2002).
    He approved a memorandum stating laws outlawing torture 'do not apply to the president's detention and interrogation of enemy combatants' (2002).
    He allegedly approved a measure to have U.S. detainees taken to countries that allow torture, in order to extract information from them.
    His parents were poor Mexican immigrants.
    He served in the U.S. Air Force (1973-1975).
    He earned a law degree from Harvard University (1982).
    He was named Latino Lawyer of the Year by the Hispanic National Bar Association (1999).
    He replaced John Ashcroft as Attorney General (2005).
    He removed the drapes covering the body parts of the Statue of Justice that former attorney general John Ashcroft put on them.
    He is the highest ranking Hispanic in the history of U.S. politics.

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