- William Hoover
- Mark Chait
- William McMahon
Apparently, Sipsey Street has access to some exclusive information and Holder is expected to have a preliminary copy of the final OIG report in hand when he sits in front of Darrell Issa's Oversight Committee on February 2nd (yes, that's Groundhog Day):
Gun Rights Examiner and Sipsey Street Irregulars received information this evening that three of the prime Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives players in the Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal have been relieved of duties.
William Hoover, ATF's Deputy Director during Fast and Furious who was recently reassigned as Special Agent in Charge of the Washington Field Office, Assistant Director in Charge of Field Operations Mark Chait, likewise reassigned as head of the Baltimore Field Office, and Deputy Assistant Director of Field Operations William McMahon have reportedly been sidelined pending the outcome of the anticipated report from the Office of Inspector General. Debbie Bullock a mid-level manager has reportedly been advised that she is now the acting SAC for Baltimore to assume Chait's functions.SS also has the text of a letter sent to Issa and Senator Charles Grassley in November from the now infamous Asst Attorney General, Ronald Weich. In it, Weich basically tells both men that their request for information will not be honored.
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