The title of the post at the Oversight & Government Reform website is titled: 'What Attorney General Holder Won't Tell on Controversial Gun Operation, Documents Do'
From Issa's website:
At a House Judiciary Committee hearing yesterday, House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa confronted Attorney General Eric Holder on the DOJ’s Operation Fast and Furious, a highly controversial operation where federal authorities facilitated the purchase of assault weapons for drug cartels and chose not to interdict them before being transported to Mexico.Two of those documents are memos from early 2010 that implicate Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer and US Attorney in Arizona Dennis Burke as being well aware of the operation that killed two American border agents and an untold number of innocent Mexican civilians.
While Attorney General Holder was unwilling to provide answer about who at the Department of Justice authorized, knew about, and even whether he still defended Operation Fast and Furious, three new documents provide information that Attorney General Holder did not address in response to questions posed by Rep. Issa.
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