From that non-biased World Net Daily, they are reporting that Alberto and his successor Johnny Sutton the Texas AG's both turned their head at abuse at juvenile facilities in Texas. The most serious offenses an elected official can make are inaction or not responding to the obvious case of abuse. This stuff will cost the state of texas billions.. one very good thing about the credibility of this article is that it was written by Jerome Corsi, so it has to be right. http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=54882 The Texas juvenile justice sexual abuse scandal â€“ in which Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton are accused of failing to take action â€“ is a broader scandal that was covered up for two years, involving hundreds of serious complaints and investigations against dozens of staff members, according to officials. The Texas Youth Commission scandal went unnoticed, says Texas Ranger Brian Burzynski, despite his numerous attempts, beginning in early 2005, to get local, state and federal prosecutors to investigate allegations teachers, administrators and guards had sex with minor male inmates. Burzynski exposed the situation March 8 in testimony to the Texas legislature's Joint Committee on Operation and Management of the TYC. He stated he began his investigation Feb. 23, 2005, after a phone call from a teacher at the West Texas state school in Pyote, Texas, alleging another teacher at the school was involved in sexual misconduct with boy inmates. In his testimony, Burzynski detailed being rebuffed by federal, state and local prosecutors for two years.