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Six the NASDAQ fell -- A top Republican senator is demanding to know why the Obama administration Justice Department.
Refused to prosecute IRS officials who illegally looked -- confidential tax records of political candidates and donors.
Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron lays it all -- force tonight.
Add another log to the IRS's bonfire of alleged an admitted misconduct Cyrus inspector general Russell George has -- court cases since 2006.
In which confidential tax records of politicians and donors.
Were accessed or disclosed without authorization.
Three were deemed inadvertent but in one of the cases the inspector general notified congress quote.
We presented evidence of a willful unauthorized access to the Department of Justice but the case was declined for prosecution.
If -- -- -- when something is violated regulations aren't filed laws violated.
You gotta have people fired or there's not going to be change your behavior and we've got to change the behavior of the IRS grass.
Please given the Justice Department until the end of the month to explain why there's been no prosecution.
Federal law requires all taxpayer information be kept confidential the Justice Department declined to comment and the names and party affiliation of the victims have not been made public.
Of course the public is already outraged by the IRS has admitted mistreatment of conservative groups seeking tax exempt status.
And all the tax dollars wasted on lavish conventions and childish movie parodies and now let frustration with a justice department for not prosecuting evidence of misconduct.
Dubbed will fall by the IRS is inspector general.
We're gonna have the inspector general before committee on Thursday and we'll inquire.
But primarily the challenges.
That he doesn't have the power to prosecute.
-- -- says that one case of willful -- misconduct was not a single tax return to something much broader.
And the Justice Department's failure to prosecute raises questions about its commitment to pursue IRS wrongdoing we'll hear from the AIG on Thursday -- -- Karl thank you.
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