WASHINGTON As he steps out on a speech-giving tour at college campuses, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales may soon wish he was still talking to hostile congressional committees.Gonzales, who resigned under fire two months ago from the Justice Department, was booed, heckled and called a criminal and a liar by students while giving a speech this week at the University of Florida. At one point, someone wearing an orange prison jumpsuit and a black hood calmly walked onstage and stood next to Gonzales as he was speaking.
Boos, Insults Greet Ex-Ag's Speech ; Gonzales Starts Campus Tour
For his part, Gonzales defended the Bush administration's treatment of terror suspects and did not engage the rowdy crowd, which included supporters as well."N...