Rockefeller Says He May Subpoena
Documents on Spying
By Jeff Bliss
Friday 26 January 2007
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller said he may subpoena Bush administration documents on its controversial domestic surveillance program.
Rockefeller, a West Virginia Democrat, vowed he'll get details on a secret court's approvals of the program that targets suspected al-Qaeda members in the U.S.
"I don't trust what they're doing," Rockefeller said in an interview on "Political Capital With Al Hunt" airing this weekend on Bloomberg TV. "If I can't get the information," he said, "I will not shy away from subpoenaing" it.