DOJ Finally Turns Over Fast and Furious Documents Held Under Obama’s Executive Privilege

After years of stonewalling, the Justice Department was finally compelled by a judge to turn over thousands of Operation Fast and Furious Documents, yesterday. Obama had illegally asserted executive privilege on the docs in 2012 – 64,280 in all.

U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered the DOJ to turn them over – which they did in heavily redacted form.

Via Twitchy, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman Darrell Issa (R., Calif.) shared his thoughts on the  “election eve dump” on Twitter:

 

 

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2 thoughts on “DOJ Finally Turns Over Fast and Furious Documents Held Under Obama’s Executive Privilege

  1. “I am deeply concerned that some redactions to these #FastandFurious docs may still be inappropriate and contrary to judge’s order.”

    Well, DUH!

    Issa always seems to be on the cutting edge of the obvious…If he were serious about finding the truth, he could have found it years ago.

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  2. Pingback: El Chapo Found With ‘Fast and Furious’ Rifle Capable of Taking Down Helicopter | Nice Deb

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