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Eric Holder Does a Victory Dance Around Fast and Furious

Crispian Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 3:46 PM
We found that the Offices of the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General received 11 weekly reports in 2010...six of seven NDIC reports included among several other entries a summary ...[stating] that Celis-Acosta and the straw purchasers in Operation Fast and Furious were responsible for trafficking 1,500 firearms to Mexican drug cartels. Attorney General Holder told the OIG that he DID NOT BELIEVE that he reviewed these reports at the time that his office received them and that his staff did not bring them to his attention." *emphasis added above* Reports sent to his office. He doesn't recall reading them. And the OIG can't prove whether he actually read them or not. Hm.

Attorney General Eric Holder is "spiking the football" with the release of the DOJ Inspector General report about Operation Fast and Furious. The report essentially lets Holder off the hook while blaming everyone else, including his second hand man Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, for the failed and lethal operation. From the IG report:

Attorney General Holder told the OIG that he did not hear of Operation Fast and Furious until late January or early February 2011, and was not aware of concerns with the tactics in the investigation until February. He said that he visited Sen. Grassley...