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No one fired over Fast and Furious


According to the ATF Director, no one was fired over Fast and Furious.

An Inspector General investigating the matter also found that allowing one employee to take accumulated leave prior to retirement while working full time for private company violated ATF policy... but no mention was made of any punishment for the violation.

The Justice Department is still withholding documents:

Though the failed operation has been out of the news for some time, Congress is still pressing the Justice Department to release documents on the matter. In a bipartisan vote in 2012, 17 Democrats joined House Republicans to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. President Barack Obama even invoked executive privilege in the course of the investigation. The matter is being fought in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Take a close look at that. The House held Holder, still the sitting Attorney General, in contempt of Congress in 2012. The matter was taken to court around the same time. It is now 2014, two years later. Holder has announced retirement plans. An election approaches. And the Justice Department is still withholding documents.

I have no doubt that Obama will manage to destroy anything incriminating on his way out of office, and none of the criminals in his administration will be brought to justice.

Dave Hardy has a transcript of selected remarks, and points us to a summary of actions taken to silence whistleblowers.

This entry was published Sat May 10 14:52:25 CDT 2014 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2014-04-02 22:37:28.0. [Tweet]

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