Justice Department Disputes Fast and Furious Contempt Charge


Justice Department Disputes Fast and Furious Contempt Charge

by Alex Newman

The New American

May 7, 2012

House Republicans are inching closer to issuing a contempt citation against disgraced Attorney General Eric Holder for scandals surrounding the Obama administration’s deadly weapons-trafficking operation “Fast and Furious.” But in recent days, the Department of Justice implausibly insisted that it cooperated with the congressional investigation.

Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and other Representatives, however, disagree, saying the executive branch has been engaged in a cover-up from the start. Still, no final decision has been made yet on whether or not to proceed with formal contempt charges against Holder or other senior officials.

But progress is being made — albeit, slowly. A draft resolution released publicly on Thursday has already been circulated among senior lawmakers for review. And if the administration continues to obstruct justice, further action is widely anticipated.

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One Response to Justice Department Disputes Fast and Furious Contempt Charge

  1. gideon says:

    Justice Department? Tell Daniel Adkins family that. “WE HAVE A JUSTICE DEPARTMENT, DON’T CRY, THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT WILL GET JUSTICE FOR WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR SON. DON’T WORRY, MR. HOLDER AND MR Obama ARE GOOD AND JUST MEN. YOU SAW HOW IMPORTANT JUSTICE IS TO THEM WITH THE TRAYVON MARTIN CASE DIDN’T YOU. WELL THEN DON’T YOU WORRY. “

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