I don't think it's up to us to suggest how Senator McCain staffs his campaignBen-Veniste: Black remark 'disappointing' Jun 24, 2008
We need more time to do what we have to doBill will extend 9/11 probe Feb 01, 2004
If it is necessary, we will make (our case) vigorously and in public9/11 panel seeks more time Jan 27, 2004
We need more time to do what we have to do9/11 panel seeks more time Jan 27, 2004
That it not consistent with the timeline as I recall it9/11 panel hears of air security holes May 22, 2003
Richard Ben-Veniste (born January 3, 1943), a member of the 9/11 Commission, is known for his pointed questions and criticisms of members of both the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations.
Ben-Veniste graduated from Stuyvesant High School in New York City (1960), earned an A.B. from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania (1964), an LL.B. from Columbia Law School in New York City (1967), and an LL.M. from Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois (1968).
He was an assistant U.S. attorney (1968–1973) in the Southern District of New York, and chief of the Special Prosecution section, (1971–1973). He became a leading Watergate scandal prosecutor, first as chief of the Watergate Task Force of the Watergate Special Prosecutor's Office, (1973–1975), then Special Outside Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Government Operations (1976–1977), and chief counsel (minority) of the Senate Whitewater Committee (1995–1996).