House committee seeks more HP testimony
The House committee investigating the HP pretexting scandal on Tuesday asked two more people to testify at a Sept. 28 hearing.
The Committee on Energy and Commerce sent letters to HP global security manager Anthony Gentilucci and Joe Depante, a Florida-based private investigator who has been linked in press reports to the HP probe.
The committee asked for a response by 2 p.m. PST Wednesday. Four others, including HP Chairman Patricia Dunn, General Counsel Ann Baskins and outside lawyer Larry Sonsini have been asked to respond by today whether they will appear at the hearings.