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Fast and Furious: DOJ Wants Executive Privilege Lawsuit Dropped

CynthiaSpeaks Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 10:44 AM
This is simply a "low level, rogue operation" and the deaths in Benghazi were simply the result of a reaction to a video. This Administrations chronic propensity to minimize crimes against the American people is something we cannot abide by. People are dying and the Administration simply WILL NOT call these crimes for what they really are, yet want to leave us defenseless and without Constitutional recourse. It's reprehensible.
The Artist Formerly Known as Bill Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 11:45 AM
Recall also that Ft Hood was a case of "work place violence." Can't forget that one.

In June, President Obama asserted executive privilege over Fast and Furious documents just moments before Attorney General Eric Holder was voted in contempt by the House Oversight Committee.  The House Oversight Committee then filed a lawsuit to challenge the executive privilege. President Obama claimed for more than a year Fast and Furious was a "low level, rogue operation" based in Phoenix but asserted executive privilege anyway. Now, the Department of Justice is asking for the lawsuit to be dismissed.

The Justice Department on Monday night sought dismissal of a lawsuit by a Republican-led House of Representatives...