Eric Holder Was Briefed Repeatedly

Eric Holder
Daily Caller - New Department of Justice documents the House Oversight Committee released Thursday morning show Attorney General Eric Holder was briefed on Operation Fast and Furious many more times than previously discovered documents suggested. They also show that Holder was given detailed information on what happened in Fast and Furious. These new documents show Holder received information and updates on Fast and Furious in at least five weekly memos starting in July 2010 — including over four consecutive weeks last summer. In summer 2010, Holder received briefing memos from National Drug Intelligence Center Director Michael Walther on July 5, July 12, July 19, July 26 and August 9. Each briefing memo contains the name “Operation Fast and Furious.” Each memo also contains a description of what appears to be how Operation Fast and Furious was conducted. “This investigation, initiated in September 2009 in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Phoenix Police Department, involved a Phoenix-based firearms trafficking ring headed by Manuel Celis-Acosta,” each one of those briefings reads. “Celis-Acosta and straw purchasers are responsible for the purchase of 1,500 firearms that were then supplied to Mexican drug trafficking cartels.” Read full story here: News New Mexico


Anonymous said...

What a bum. The common thread that links every Obama cabinet member is that they just don't know when to resign. The man is a liar and uses race to set the agenda. He's out of there!

Anonymous said...

Our office has a pool started to see how long it will take before Holder resigns. If Obama is defeated in 2012 before Holder resigns we take all the proceeds and have a party. The progressives think we're being "politically incorrect". What do you guys think? How politically incorrect is it to lie to congress under oath? Is that an ethics violation these days or is it ok to lie if you're the U.S AG? Someone needs to weigh in on WHO is above the law and WHO isn't.

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