Fast/Furious scandal still alive

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    The ATF acting director "retired" in September over F/F and so did deputy ass't Atty general Jason Weinstein. A.G. Holder still hasn't released critical documents related to the case and now it seems another "justice" stooge will fall on his sword rather than comply with a congressional investigation. Ass't US attorney Ronald Weich will resign next week.
     
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    Holder strongly denies White House role in Fast and Furious...
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    Holder Defiant on Fast and Furious, Says White House Had No Role in Scandal
    March 7, 2013 – Attorney General Eric Holder told senators on Wednesday that he did not respect the House members who voted to hold him in contempt for not cooperating in the Fast and Furious investigation, and that “the president, the White House was not involved in the operational component of Fast and Furious.”
     

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