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Holder to be Slapped With Fast and Furious Lawsuit During August Recess

James761 Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 12:42 PM
I hold no delusion that Holder will comply with a court order...After all, his "boss" in the White House defied the Supreme Court by virtually ignoring the SCOTUS court order to revoke the ban over off-shore oil drilling. I fully expect that further action to be taken to haul his @$$ into court, under a Grand Jury (the Due Process of Law) to answer the charges will be the only way to get Holder (& his "boss") held accountable to anything they've done. The sooner, the better, for ALL of America...

Congress may be heading out for recess today but that isn't stopping the House Republicans from moving forward with a civil contempt of Congress lawsuit against Attorney General Eric Holder.

"We'll be filing a civil case during the break," Issa told NBC, "We will expect a day in court before a federal judge, which we have a 100 percent chance that the judge will hold that these documents should be delivered."

The lawsuit will be reviewed by a judge who will assess whether Holder has an obligation to comply with a 22-part Congressional subpoena that...