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Holder Doubles Down: Senior DOJ Officials Knew Nothing About Fast and Furious Tactics

chkrad Wrote: Jun 07, 2012 5:39 PM
A report a few months back stated that the dept. of justice and the DEA allowe thousands of pounds of Pot to be trafficed into the U.S, in return the man smuggleing these drugs gave information to the DEA on rival cartels. Nothing else has came out about this that I have heard, but if this is what Holder is refering to as taking actions against cartels then maybe he should stay at home. He got nothing done by allowing one to smuggle drugs just to arrest another one. I wish I knew where to look this story up at, but I cant seem to find anymore on it. Fox reported on it one time and now they have nothing on their we page.
RockinRickOwen Wrote: Jun 07, 2012 8:12 PM
I don't know what happened to the smuggler, or the infor he gave the DEA, but considering how mellow Holder was the hearings today, I think I know what happened to the pot. The Choomer General is on the side of the bad guys.
oldnjal Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 7:44 AM
This is a practiced mellowness, and I believe the man is raging.
Perhaps his rage is similar to that of the man with the beautiful smile, expounded in a book called 'The Roots of Obama's Rage'.

Capitol Hill- It was another tense hearing for Attorney General Eric Holder on Capitol Hill where he testified before the House Judiciary Committee about Justice Department Oversight today. Holder was asked about and covered a variety of topics, but his personal role and those of his senior Justice Department officials in the lethal Fast and Furious operation were front and center.

Chairman Lamar Smith opened his remarks with Fast and Furious, saying the Department of Justice has not provided enough information about the operation that has left hundreds dead in Mexico and at least one U.S. federal...