| U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced an indictment against five Chinese military officers Monday. "A federal grand jury in Pittsburgh has found that these five Chinese military officers conspired together and with others to hack into the computers of organizations in Western Pennsylvania and elsewhere in the United States," Holder stated at a U.S. Department of Justice press conference.
| Standing next to Al Sharpton, Attorney General Eric Holder suggests that his treatment in committee was due to his skin color. "Forget about me" he preaches to the audience, "what attorney general has ever had to deal with that kind of treatment?"
| Special bracelets should be worn which allow gun owners to fire their weapon, Attorney General Eric Holder suggested during a House appropriations subcommittee meeting Friday. "Eric Holder likes to track everything including reporters," Washington Times opinion editor Emily Miller told Fox News Wednesday, "so it's no surprise he's going to track law abiding citizens who are exercising their Second Amendment rights."
| "Vice President Biden and I had a meeting with a group of technology people and we talked about how guns can be made more safe,” Attorney General Eric Holder said in House appropriations subcommittee Friday. Holder suggested that by using finger print identification or guns that talk to a bracelet worn by the gun owner, the weapons could only be fire by "the person who is lawfully in possession of the weapon.”
| Stacey Dash, an actress best known for her role in "Clueless," slams the DOJ for its lawsuit against Louisiana's school voucher program. The segment from Hannity on Fox News shows the opinionated celebrity saying "this administration is a bunch of bullies" and more.
| "He also is telling prosecutors who already have prosecutions in place that they can withhold evidence so that the defendant won't get a maximum or mandatory penalty. I mean, that is illegal, that is unlawful. I mean, that is simply shocking that that would be the instruction from an attorney general."