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Second Fast & Furious report lambastes management at Department of Justice

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posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 03:01 PM
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Second Fast & Furious report lambastes management at Department of Justice

It resembles mis-management more than management.

The Justice Department has most likely been just cruz'in along and reaping the high salaries.

It all falls on Eric Holder and he is a failure plain and simple. Holder is another Obama "Investment" gone sour. Most of the Cabinet is. The entire Administration seems inept.



Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) issued their second report on a failed federal gun-tracking operation, detailing an internal management breakdown within the Justice Department.

The 104-page report released on Monday criticizes senior DOJ officials for not being aware of — and not taking steps to stop — the flawed “gun-walking” tactics used in Operation Fast and Furious that allowed nearly 2,000 guns to be sold to criminals.




“Though many senior Department officials were keenly aware of Fast and Furious, no one questioned the operation,” states the report, entitled, “Fast and Furious: The Anatomy of a Failed Operation.”

“The criminal division asked no questions. The office of the deputy attorney general asked no questions. No one ordered that Fast and Furious be shut down. Instead, senior Department officials let it continue to grow.”
Second Fast & Furious report lambastes management at Department of Justice
 


The full report .... pdf
Part II of III -- Fast and Furious: The Anatomy of a Failed Operation
 





From the House Oversight Committee.
It features lots of details about who-knew-what-when.


From the executive summary:

The Criminal Division was not the only component of the Justice Department overseeing Fast and Furious. The Office of the Deputy Attorney General was also involved. Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary Grindler and his staff were briefed extensively on the enormous volume of firearms involved in the case. Individuals in that office, including Ed Siskel, received constant updates on recoveries of large numbers of weapons connected to Fast and Furious.

Though many senior Department officials were keenly aware of Fast and Furious, no one questioned the operation. The Southwest Border Strategy Group asked no questions. The Criminal Division asked no questions. The Office of the Deputy Attorney General asked no questions. No one ordered that Fast and Furious be shut down. Instead, senior Department officials let it continue to grow.

New Fast and Furious Report
 


More bad news for Obama & Co.





posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 08:37 PM
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So what? Everyone knows about ufos and no one talks about them....

Everyone knows the bilderbergers and no one talks about them......

The media knows about the $43 trillion lawsuit and no one talks about it.....

The government knows about a one world dictatorship and a one world currency, no one talks about it?

Why should ANYONE care about "fast and furious" anymore then the above? It is mostly about gun laws and cannon fodder for the republicans.

And ah..........everyone knows about third parties....but the media intentionally blocks them out!

Time to go steal my neighbors social security check so I can buy myself a 40 year old used oldsmobile....



posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 08:55 PM
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I do love how they have played with the facts. Holder stopped the operation started under Bush? That's rich, it all boils down to Bush for them. Too many rabid fools buy that load of crap because they have an issue w/Bush.





 
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