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Major Fast and Furious Player Who Misled Congress Jumping DOJ Ship

Luscious Lars Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:10 PM
They locked up Scooter Libby for giving conflicting testimony before congress. That's not even saying he's lying. He could have just mixed up his testimony at two different times. Regardless, he did prison time and no one even died. Val Plame was supposedly outed, but Scooter Libby didn't do it. Robert Novak gave her name after Richard Armitage told Novak that she was Joe Wilson's wife and it was she who arranged to have Joe Wilson go to Nigeria to look for yellow cake uranium sales to Saddam Hussein. So, what should we do with these guys at DOJ who have lied to congress, or at least handed congress documents which conflict with each other? Two US federal agents, Brian Terry and Jaime Zapata are dead as a result of OF&F. Heads should roll.

Assistant Attorney General Ronald Weich, Obama's Department of Justice point man for communications, or in other words, chief obfuscator about Operation Fast and Furious, is jumping ship. Weich has accepted a position as dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law. University officials have confirmed Weich will start his new position in July.

"During this time of considerable transition in legal education and the legal profession, it's important to have leadership with integrity and vision," said Robert Bogomolny, the university's president. "Ron Weich embodies those qualities. I look forward to working with him, and I know...