From Fox, via Dean James, AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS –
WASHINGTON – Emails obtained by the Associated Press reveal that Eric Holder really doesn’t have any remorse for the damage he caused with his botched Anti 2nd Amendment crusade known as FAST AND FURIOUS which resulted in 100′s of deaths including our own Border Agent Brian Terry.
The Justice Department provided a batch of emails to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
House Republicans, who have subpoenaed for thousands of emails and went to federal court for access to the documents, have long promoted the idea that Holder knew that federal agents had engaged in a risky tactic known as “gun-walking.” The Justice Department’s inspector general found no evidence that Holder was aware of the tactic, in which ATF agents tried to track the flow of illegal guns into Mexico but instead lost track of many of the weapons.
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In one email from March 2011, after being sent a news story about the Fast and Furious investigation, Holder told staff, “I hope there is another side to the story.” Later, after the ATF deputy director told Holder aides that “we did not allow guns to walk,” Holder responded to staff with, “Do they really, really know?”
That August, Holder was told by staff that a group of U.S. attorneys was upset that the resignation of Dennis Burke, then the U.S. attorney in Arizona, was announced simultaneously with the reassignment of ATF Acting Director Ken Melson.
Holder replied, “Some people can kiss my ass.”