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Fast and Furious Hearing: Some Answers, But Case Not Closed

LittleByLittle Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 6:08 PM
Some answers? Ya, lies. If you think for one second that the top guy in the DOJ didn't know jack when the guy directly under him knew all about it.................. I'll sell you the Hoover Dam - $1 Million and it's yours.
Joel176 Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 6:13 PM
Like I posted earlier. If he wasn't aware, he's incompetent. Otherwise he's guilty of obstruction. In either case, he needs to go and he needs to face the hardest consequences possible.
LittleByLittle Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 6:21 PM

Yup, but you can't do anything about it except to knock this arsewipe administration out of office.

Capitol Hill-The Department of Justice [DOJ] Inspector General [IG] Michael Horowitz testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform committee Thursday and answered questions about his recently released report [OIG] from his office about Operation Fast and Furious.

The internal investigation into Operation Fast and Furious has been going on for 18 months. Horowitz and his staff reviewed over 100,000 pages and conducted interviews with 140 people.

In his opening remarks, Chairman Darrell Issa said the IG report and its findings are huge steps toward restoring the faith of the American people in the...