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Congress To Subpoena Holder On Border Patrol Agent's Death

October 11, 2011  | 

Congressional investigators are expected to subpoena Attorney General Eric Holder, seeking to learn "who knew what, when" and asking for communications from about a dozen top Justice Department officials, Fox News reports.

In addition to Holder, subpoenas are expected to reach Holder's chief of staff, Gary Grindler, and the head of the department's criminal division, Lanny Breuer.

In the new subpoena, congressional investigators will apparently demand information regarding the investigation into the death of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry. Two guns found at Terry's crime scene were linked to the failed operation that allowed more than 2,000 weapons to "walk."

Source: Fox News

Related: Border Patrol Agent Shot, Killed in Southern Arizona


Comments (4)

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FrankD @ 10/11/2011 6:52 PM

And to think! Its always the law abiding citizen that are forced to put up with all the Federal, State and Local gun laws. This guy tries to screw the citizen and states he knew nothing. They wonder why we dislike politicians! How does this guy sleep at night?

Cap @ 10/12/2011 7:24 AM

Obamanation. Might as well give the guns to aztlan you idiots. Holder is a traiter!

MartyB @ 10/12/2011 7:45 AM

Someone needs to get over to Holder & Company's Offices and remove all the paper shredders and electromagnets... This guy is going to be as busy as a cat trying to cover crap in the litter box destroying all the evidence that he has showing complicity with Barak and the scocialists trying to back door draconian gun control laws on the LAW ABIDING citizens of the U.S.

DEADMAN @ 10/12/2011 9:51 AM

This man should never have been approved as attorney general,he is so corrupt,he is not law enforcement.He learned well from Janet Renos playbook,Fast and Furious is right up there with Ruby Ridge and Waco,when desk jockeys and administrators handle operations like this,they haven't a clue as to what to do and their lackeys that would just follow orders blindly shouldn't be wearing a badge.This man should be removed from office and prosecuted,it makes me sick that there are men out there posing as law enforcement,but they're just useless politicians.

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