Alberto Gonzales,

public official, became the country's first Hispanic attorney general in February. In a tighter vote than anticipated, the Senate approved his nomination 60–36. Gonzales, former counsel to President Bush, faced harsh questioning during his confirmation hearings from Democrats and Republicans alike about the abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. He has also been criticized for drafting policies that have drastically limited access to government information and allowed the Bush administration to circumscribe the Geneva Conventions.

Faure Gnassingbé,2005 People in the NewsCharles Graner, Jr.,