New Fallout from 'Fast & Furious'
- Duration 3:21
- Date Sep 20, 2012
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Well inspector general's -- -- revealed a stunning litany of what was -- ignored.
That ATF agents and US attorney's office knew who is buying the guns where there are going that there were killing people of Mexico they held the evidence to seize the weapons and make arrests but dozens of US officials.
Chose to do nothing that irresponsibility according to the inspector general Michael Horwitz.
Said existed up and down the chain of command in fast and furious at a lesser extent in a smaller an earlier operation wide receiver.
We concluded that both operation wide receiver.
And operation fast and furious were seriously flawed and supervise your responsibly.
By ATF's Phoenix field division.
By the US attorney's office and by ATF headquarters.
Most significantly in their failure to adequately consider.
The risk to the public safety in the United States and Mexico.
Now the report found attorney general Eric Holder was not briefed on operation testing -- but he should have that -- -- the chief of the criminal division.
Failed to tell holder.
And for that he should face some kind of a performance review yesterday however holder admonishment -- not fire brewer.
Deputy attorney general Jason Weinstein immediately resigned yesterday because a report said he should have known and could have stopped.
The gun trafficking operation of the report recommends fourteen officials do face discipline.
But yesterday hold her cleared two of his inner circle including -- the staff even though both -- to tell him that the shooting a border agent Brian Terry was linked.
The fast and furious --