Most Corrupt And Criminal US Administration's Attorney General JUST SUBPOENAD!
Fast and Furious: The Holder Subpoena Goes Out
And it’s a BIG one.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa
(R-CA) has issued his much-anticipated subpoena to Attorney General
Eric Holder regarding Operation Fast and Furious, the “gun walking”
program that sent American guns across the border into the eager hands
of Mexican drug cartels. Some thought the subpoena would go out
yesterday, but apparently it took Issa a while to finish writing it.
It’s the double-meat foot-long subpoena.
“Top Justice Department officials, including
Attorney General Holder, know more about Operation Fast and Furious than
they have publicly acknowledged,” Issa stated. “The documents this
subpoena demands will provide answers to questions that Justice
officials have tried to avoid since this investigation began eight
months ago. It’s time we know the whole truth.”
To that end, Holder is required to produce
virtually every communication anyone associated with the Justice
Department or ATF ever sent to anyone regarding Operation Fast and
Furious, or “any Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force firearms
trafficking case based in Phoenix, Arizona.” The subpoena
specifically names no less than 16 DOJ officials, including Holder, his
deputy James Cole, Assistant Attorneys General Lanny Breuer and Ronald
Weich, and Deputy Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Blanco, among other
names familiar to students of the Fast and Furious scandal.
Also specified in the subpoena are communications
with Acting ATF Director Ken Melson, United States Attorney Dennis
Burke, and ATF Special Agent in Charge William Newell. House Oversight wants all communications to or from Newell from 12/14/10 – 01/25/11 and 03/16/19 – 03/19/09. It
looks like they’re trying to pin down exactly what Newell might have
shared with his White House pen pal, national security staffer Kevin
They’re also keenly interested in documents
relating to the murder of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent
Jaime Zapata, whose death has long been suspected of links to gun
walking… but not Operation Fast and Furious, which ran out of the Phoenix, Arizona ATF office. The Zapata murder weapon was traced back to Dallas, Texas. Further
documentation relating to the death of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian
Terry, whose murder scene produced two Fast and Furious guns plus a
third “mystery weapon” that might also point back to Texas, is also
The House Oversight subpoena dwells at length upon
the increasingly notorious Lone Wolf Trading Company, a key location in
the Fast and Furious saga. Big-time straw buyer Manuel Fabian
Celis-Acosta, who dropped a lot of money at Lone Wolf, is name-checked.
Surveillance tapes from within the store are sought. A number of interesting conversations have taken place before those cameras.
One intriguing line item in the subpoena demands
“all communications between DOJ employees and Executive Office of the
President employees referring or relating to the President’s March 22,
2011 interview with Jorge Ramos of Univision.” In that appearance,
President Obama declared neither he nor Eric Holder authorized Operation
Fast and Furious.
It will be interesting to watch the Attorney General respond to this
massive request for information. Office supply stores in the D.C. area
should brace themselves for a run on black markers. The
sound of a bus rumbling to life beneath the White House may well be
heard, and Eric Holder’s family should prepare for the possibility that
he’ll be spending a lot more time with them.
By: Fullon Tard
In: World News
Tags: democrats, corrupt, criminal, eric, holder, black panter, racist, shabazz, gun runner, lightsquared, solyndra
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