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Pointed in the aftermath of the government -- tracking mission.
Known as operation fast and furious correspondent -- large -- tells us from Los Angeles but the fingers are pointing away from Washington.
It is my understanding that department leaders were not informed about the inappropriate tactics employed in this operation from the beginning attorney general Eric Holder claimed his top staff was.
Unaware the US illegally sent some 2000 guns over the Mexican border a report released Tuesday by Democrats and house oversight committee backs him up saying there's no evidence top aides Lanny brewer Gary -- -- money Wilkinson and Jason Weinstein.
-- the ATF in Phoenix was walking guns as part of an anti cartel strategy Republicans disagree.
Laney brewer knew.
Approved and he continued to approve this kind of a -- process.
On this kind of a program a long after Brian Terry was gunned down with fast and furious weapons.
Congressman Darrell -- -- points to three memos in April 20 -- Weinstein tells brewer the ATF let a bunch of guns walk in a previous case months later -- suggests allowing straw buyers cross into Mexico with weapons albeit with Mexico's help on the same day however the Justice Department denied allegations the ATF knowingly allowed the sale of assault weapons to straw buyers who took them to Mexico.
Understand part of fast and furious was not just about who knew it was who was kept from knowing.
The US ambassador in Mexico City the ATF Max agents in Mexico.
-- -- clears top ATF officials in Washington.
And instead blames ATF and the US attorney's office in Phoenix for lying or misleading and mismanaging the case late today congressman -- has said he believed -- was actively engaged in a cover up -- he turned over subpoenaed records by the end of next week.
The oversight committee would Begin contempt proceedings against the attorney general.
Holder appeared before that committee Thursday morning in Los Angeles -- -- us Fox News.
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