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ATF Trivializing Fast and Furious With Ziegler Defense

Important difference between Gunwalker and Watergate: Nobody died in the latter and the press was eager to investigate an administration they opposed vs. one they support. But apologists used the same excuse for both administrations, characterizing premeditated crimes as “mistakes.”

‘Gunwalking’ Documents Shared By Issa Prior To Holder Hearing Cite DOJ Failures

The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform has released three important documents showing widespread Justice Department failures in preparation for today’s hearing when Attorney General Eric Holder will be called to testify on his role, and those of other Department of Justice officials in the Fast and Furious “gunwalking” debacle.

‘No Fifth Amendment Theater’ In Tomorrow’s Holder Hearing

Darrell Issa’s House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will call Attorney General Eric Holder to testify again on the Fast and Furious “gunwalking” scandal. He will not be calling officials who refuse to disclose information on Fifth Amendment grounds, or those whom the Department of Justice will not allow to testify.

OIG Sharing Information With DOJ Over Wide Receiver CI’s Objections

Confidential Informant Mike Detty shared information about his involvement in the “Operation Wide Receiver” gun smuggling case with Office of Inspector General investigators, who in turn are sharing it with Department of Justice officials over his objections: Detty says they are part of the cover-up problem, and may use it to prosecute him.

Ask Obama About Gunwalker

The White House is inviting citizens to ask President Obama questions following his State of the Union address. This column shows how those outraged by Fast and Furious gunwalking can use social media to tell them to come clean…

Summary Of A Scandal

Facts continue to unfold on the Fast and Furious “gunwalking” scandal, where ATF officials allowed guns to be smuggled to Mexico, the Justice Department continues to stonewall Congressional investigations, and leaves much of the reporting to bloggers.