Funny how things wit this administration go from OUTRAGE (Pres is as outraged as we-the-people), to investigation (I will pursue this until we find the guilty and bring the full weight of the law to play …yada, yada, yada … to , say what? oh Fast & Furious? Benghazi? Seal Team6? But I ended the war in Iraq! *rolls eyes*
WASHINGTON – The controversy surrounding the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ infamous Fast and Furious program has faded over the past few months but it’s unlikely to be relegated to the background for very long.
Last week it was revealed that a high-powered rifle employed in the unsuccessful gun-tracking program was used to kill a police chief and his bodyguard in the Mexican state of Jalisco, signaling that some of the weapons used in the enterprise are now in the possession of members of drug cartels – the same people Fast and Furious was supposed to entrap as a result of the operation.
Meanwhile, the House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform, the panel that led the investigation into the brewing scandal, continues its efforts to gain access to documents in the possession of the Department of Justice. The House in June 2012 held Attorney General…
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