House aide: Dunn, Baskins expected to testify

Hewlett-Packard Chairman Patricial Dunn and general counsel Ann Baskins are expected to testify at a congressional hearing later this month, according to an aide to the committee that's investigating HP's use of pretexting to obtain phone records.

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The committee has gotten indications that Dunn and Baskins will testify but has yet to receive a formal confirmation letter, the aide said on Tuesday.

Also on Tuesday, the House Energy and Commerce Committee asked for the testimony of two more investigators--one an internal investigator and the other a Florida-based private investigator who has been linked in press reports to the HP probe.

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