Immunity for Goodling
It appears that Monica Goodling will be granted immunity from prosecution so that she can testify before the House Judiciary Committee. Ms. Goodling, you may recall, has distinguished herself for being a) a high ranking official in the Justice Department of the United States who b) could not testify before said committee on the grounds that it might tend to incriminate her. Since then she has left the department and will likely be granted immunity tomorrow. The immunity has not yet been granted, the committee will vote on it tomorrow. So she will finally be in a position to tell us what she knows about the firing of the eight US Attorneys.