Guns And Gonzales On "Face"

BLACKSBURG, VA - APRIL 17: Virginia State Police stand guard outside Norris Hall, where 31 people were shot and killed a day earlier on the campus of Virginia Tech, April 17, 2007 in Blacksburg, Virginia. According to police, the gunman responsible for the shootings that left a total of 33 people dead were carried out by Cho Seung-Hui, 23, a student and native of South Korea. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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On this Sunday's edition of Face the Nation, Bob Schieffer and his guests discussed the repercussions of the Virginia Tech massacre which left 33 people dead, as well as the testimony of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales before the Senate Judiciary committee.

Lawrence Hincker, an administrator at Virginia Tech; former FBI profiler Gregg McCrary; and gun control activists Jim and Sarah Brady weighed in on the worst shooting in American history.

to see Hincker, the Bradys, and McCrary discuss the shooting.

Later, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) discussed the plight of Gonzales and what is next in the U.S. attorney scandal that is rocking the Justice Department, and which may cost the attorney general his job.

to hear Leahy's ideas about what to do with Gonzales.

Read the transcript here in PDF format.