From Terry Frieden, CNN Justice Producer
Washington (CNN) — The Inspector General of the Department of Justice, whose office published the report on the botched gun probe “Operation Fast and Furious,” will testify Thursday before a House oversight committee a day after the report’s release.
More than a dozen officials at the Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are potentially facing punishment in the wake of the report.
Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz is in charge of identifying and preventing “waste, fraud, abuse and misconduct” at the Department of Justice, which oversees ATF.
While pinning the blame on officials in both Washington and Arizona for allowing guns traced in the operation to “walk” to drug cartels in Mexico, the report by the inspector’s office also takes pressure off U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, whom the House, in a largely partisan vote, had cited for contempt of Congress.
According to the report, titled “A Review of ATF’s Operation Fast and Furious and Related Matters,” Holder’s subordinates had not properly informed him in a timely manner.
Holder “did not learn about Operation Fast and Furious until late January or early February 2011,” the report said. FULL ARTICLE
Mitt, REDISTRIBUTION is how governments work.
They take in money and REDISTRIBUTE it in the form of a myriad of jobs…
State and Local, etc.
I wonder how mad God gets over meetings like this.