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    New Evidence in Fast and Furious Scandal Reveals Why Eric Holder and Valerie Jarrett

    New Evidence in Fast and Furious Scandal Reveals Why Eric Holder and Valerie Jarrett Should Both be in Jail

    October 24, 2014 By Matthew Burke



    New evidence obtained by government watchdog group, Judicial Watch, reveal that Obama’s most trusted and loyal adviser, Valerie Jarrett, was managing Eric Holder’s lies told to Congress in the Obama-Holder illegal Fast and Furious gun-running scandal, in which the regime was funneling American-made weapons into the hands of Mexican drug cartels.

    The scheme, which was intended to sucker Americans into giving up more of their Second Amendment Rights, resulted in the death of U.S. border patrol agent Brian Terry, as well as reportedly hundreds of Mexican citizens.

    Only after Judicial Watch sued the Obama Regime did they turn over this latest information which ties Jarrett to the subsequent lies and cover-up following the deadly scandal. A federal court ordered the Obama Department of Justice to turn over the records over the objection of the bureaucracy.

    Previously, the secretive regime refused to turn over the requested Fast and Furious records, even after Judicial Watch filed a request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

    Buried deep in the 1,000-plus pages of records secured by Judicial Watch was the fact that Jarrett, who many have said is as close to Obama as no other person on the planet, was brought into the fray to manage Holder’s lies about the gun-running operation.

    From the Judicial Watch report:
    The files received by JW include three electronic mails between Holder and Jarrett and one from former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke to Jarrett. The e-mails with Holder are all from October 4, 2011, a significant date because, on the evening of October 3rd, Sheryl Attkisson (then at CBS news) released documents showing that Holder had been sent a briefing paper on Operation Fast and Furious on June 5, 2010. The paper was from the director of the National Drug Intelligence Center, Michael Walther.
    This directly contradicted Holder’s May 3, 2011 testimony to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, during which he stated that he, “probably heard about Fast and Furious for the first time over the last few weeks.” The October 4, 2011 date may also be significant because it came shortly after the August 30, 2011 resignation of U.S. Attorney for Arizona Dennis Burke and reassignment of acting ATF director Kenneth Melson to the position of “senior forensics advisor” at DOJ.
    In June of 2012, race-baiting Eric Holder became the first sitting U.S. Attorney General to be held in contempt of Congress for his Fast and Furious lies, including when he testified that he denied knowledge of the operation. The vote was 255-67, with 17 Democrats crossing over to condemn Holder’s obvious lies.

    RELATED: Civil Rights Leader Niger Innis: Eric Holder is the Real ‘COWARD’ of Race Relations

    Please share this on Facebook and Twitter if you think that this new discovery about Valerie Jarrett’s involvement in the Fast and Furious gun-running scheme should be exposed.

    http://www.tpnn.com/2014/10/24/new-e...th-be-in-jail/



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    Attorney General Eric Holder’s wife linked to ‘Fast and Furious’ and abortion clinic fraud

    Posted on Saturday, November 1st, 2014 at 10:42 pm.



    by: Benjamin Franklin

    By Jim Kouri

    The Fast and Furious documents, according to the prolific government watchdog group Judicial Watch, include the emails between the attorney general and his wife regarding a White House statement on the “gun walking” scandal that the White House wanted kept secret.
    On July 18, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge John Bates ordered the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to produce, a Vaughn Index of withheld documents regarding Fast and Furious which the DOJ grudgingly released on October 22. When the DOJ asked the court to delay the release day until later in November — a ploy to avoid their release before the mid-term elections — Judge Bates denied the obviously politically-motivated request to delay the release until after the Nov. 4, 2014, elections.

    In a Vaughn Index, the government must list each withheld document, state the statutory exemption claimed for it and explain how the disclosure of each document would damage the governmental interests asserted by the exemption. Malone is not a government employee or a member of the Obama White House, and so the executive privilege claim rings hollow with many legal scholars.

    The index provided under Judge Bates’order shows just how far the administration went, and will continue to go, to protect its actions in Fast and Furious scandal, especially since Attorney General Holder and the Obama White House said they were unaware of ATF “gun-walking” activity that cost the lives of a U.S. Border Patrol Agent, Brian Terry, and Jaime Zapata, a special agent with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
    There are at least 20 emails [and] other communications, but principally emails between Holder and his spouse, Dr. Sharon Malone, and “between Holder and his mother [who is] now deceased,” being withheld under an extraordinary claim of executive privilege as well as a dubious claim of deliberative process privilege under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), according Judicial Watch’s top investigator, Chris Farrell.
    Executive privilege is meant to protect the secrecy of information regarding issues or policies such as Cabinet meetings or meetings between the president and his advisers. The people involved must be government officials. Farrell and the Judicial Watch attorneys argue that executive privilege is not supposed to be extended to communications between government officials and their family members even when the communications pertain to government actions.

    According to Farrell, President Obama issued a statement on Oct. 6, 2011 claiming he had every confidence in his Attorney General, and he promised a full and extensive investigation no matter where it led. Yet news reports came out that caused suspicion to be cast on Holder’s claim that he had only recently learned of the scandal. It was on that date that Holder and his wife exchanged a series of emails about President Obama’s statement.

    There are other emails on the same day that show a subject line on each that states: “Fwd: Holder Received At Least 5 Memos On Fast and Furious.” Each of these is described as “Email discussing strategy on responding to the media.”

    According to an Examiner news story, besides the emails from Holder to his wife, are the three emails between Holder and Obama confidante Valerie Jarrett and one from former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke to Jarrett. The three e-mails with Holder are all dated Oct. 4, 2011, the day after CBS News journalist Attkisson did a news story that showed Holder had been sent a briefing paper on June 5, 2010 by the director of the National Drug Intelligence Center, Michael Walther about Operation Fast and Furious.

    That specific information shows that Holder lied during his testimony to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, when he said that he, “probably heard about Fast and Furious for the first time over the last few weeks,” according to the Judicial Watch legal team.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/ag-holder-s-wife-linked-to-fast-and-furious-and-abortion-clinic-fraud

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    20 Examples Of The Violent Legacy Of Fast And Furious

    November 2, 2014 6:11 am



    (Sharyl Attkisson) - Since 2011, the Justice Department has refused repeated requests from Congress and the news media to fully disclose details of incidents involving guns that had been illegally trafficked to Mexican drug cartels under the watch of U.S. agents in Operation Fast and Furious. The partial list below was compiled using available information.

    Known crimes linked to “walked” weapons:

    Deaths: 43

    • 2 U.S. federal agents
    • 3 Mexican police
    • 1 terrorist torture/kidnaping/murder in Mexico


    Attempted murders or injuries: 3

    • 1 in Mexico; 2 in U.S.


    Kidnapings: 4 (all in Mexico)

    Assaults/Shootouts: 4 incidents

    • 2 in Mexico against military; 2 in U.S. against Phoenix law enforcement

    SEND CONGRESS A PINK SLIP: Gun grabs, Martial Law, amnesty, executive orders, unconstitutional laws, bypassing Congress and the Constitution— Obama has committed a string high crimes and misdemeanors. YOU can send a PINK SLIP to every member of Congress putting them on notice: “IMPEACH OBAMA NOW OR WE’RE KICKING YOU OUT!”


    1. Nov. 14, 2009 Mexican Kidnaping Crime Scene

    One AK-47 type assault rifle purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect was recovered in Atoyac de Alvarez, Mexico after the Mexican military rescued a kidnap victim.

    2. Dec. 9, 2009 Cartel Crime Scene Seizure in Mexico

    Mexican Army recovered 900 pounds of cocaine, 132 pounds of methamphetamine, $2 million U.S. dollars and 48 firearms in Mexicali, Mexico. Twenty of the weapons had been purchased by Fast and Furious suspects.

    3. Dec. 18, 2009 Crime Scene in Mexico

    Mexican law enforcement agents recovered five firearms in Tijuana, Mexico, four of which had been originally purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect.

    Mexicali seizure of Fast and Furious weapons, Nov. 2009. Photo: Justice Dept. Inspector General

    4. Date unknown, 2010 Mexican Men Assault Phoenix Detectives

    Arizona state police revealed that two guns from Fast and Furious were found in an arrest involving two Mexican men who assaulted detectives outside Phoenix in 2010. Nobody was seriously hurt.

    5. Jan. 8, 2010 Mexican Army Seizure

    Two weapons purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect were recovered as part of a 14-gun seizure by the Mexican Army in Tijuana, Mexico.

    6. Feb. 20, 2010 U.S. Crime Scene Seizure

    Agents in Arizona at the Tohono O’odham Indian reservation seized 37 AK-47 style weapons purchased ten days earlier by a Fast and Furious suspect.

    Seizure of Fast and Furious Weapons at Tohono O’odham Indian reservation, Arizona, Feb. 20, 2010. Photo: Dept. of Justice Inspector General

    7. Feb. 26 and 27, 2010 Cartel Weapons Seizures in Mexico

    ATF notified U.S. Attorney’s office of two large recovery incidents in Mexico that believed to include Fast and Furious weapons. An email on the Feb. 26 incident stated: “big Mexican Army seizure last night in Sinaloa from ‘Chapo’ Guzman’s guys.”

    8. July 1, 2010 Two Murders in Mexico

    Two AK-47 type assault rifles purchased by Fast and Furious suspects were recovered in Sonora, Mexico after a shootout between Mexican cartels. Two murders involving the weapons were reported in the incident.

    9. July 26, 2010 Firing of Rifle in Mexico

    A giant .50 caliber Barrett rifle purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect was recovered in Durango, Mexico after apparently having been fired. No further details were given.

    10. Aug. 13, 2010 Mexican Military vs. Armed Group

    Two AK-47 type assault rifles purchased by a Fast and Furious target were recovered in Durango, Mexico after a confrontation between the Mexican military and an “armed group.”

    11. Nov. 14, 2010 Terrorist Torture Murder of Mexican Official’s Brother

    Two Fast and Furious “walked” AK-47 variant rifles were found at the scene of a shoot-out with suspects in the Oct. 2010 terrorist torture, kidnap and murder of the brother of a Mexican state attorney general, Patricia Gonzalez Rodriguez.

    12. Dec. 14, 2010 Border Patrol Agent Murder

    Two or three AK-47 style rifles found at the murder scene of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who was killed in Arizona by illegal immigrant bandits, had been sold to Mexican drug cartels by Fast and Furious weapons trafficking suspects under ATF’s watch.

    13. Feb. 15, 2011 U.S. Immigration and Customs Agent Murdered in Mexico, Partner Injured.

    Immigration and Customs (ICE) Agent Jaime Zapata was murdered and his partner injured in a suspected cartel ambush in Mexico. Two weapons linked to suspects who were under ATF surveillance were used in the murder.

    14. May 27, 2011 Mexican Military Helicopter Downed, 29 Cartel Members Killed

    A Mexican military helicopter was forced to land after drug cartel suspects fired upon it near Jalisco, western Mexico. Authorities seized more than 70 assault rifles and other weapons from the suspects including three AK-47 type assault rifles sold to Fast and Furious suspects.

    15. Aug 17, 2011 11 Violent Crimes in U.S.

    The Justice Department reported that Fast and Furious guns had been recovered, so far, at 11 violent crime scenes in the U.S. but refused to provide details requested by Congress. Later, the Justice Department revised the number and said there were only two violent crime scenes.

    16. Sept. 14, 2011 8 Violent Crimes in Mexico: 3 Murders, 4 Kidnappings, 1 Attempted Homicide

    Fast and Furious weapons were reported to be tied to at least eight violent crimes in Mexico including three murders, four kidnappings and an attempted homicide.

    17. Nov. 23, 2012 Five Killed, Including Beauty Queen, in Mexico

    A weapon purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect under ATF’s watch was recovered scene of a shootout between Sinaloa drug cartel members and Mexican military in Ciudad Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico. Sinaloa beauty queen Maria Susana Flores Gamez and four others were killed.

    18. July 29, 2013 Gang-style Assault in Phoenix

    An AK-47 rifle that was part of Fast and Furious was used in the gang-style assault on an apartment building in Phoenix that left two people wounded.

    19. Aug. 14, 2013 Three Weapons Recovered at Mexican Crime Scenes

    Three WASR-10 762-calibur Romanian rifles sold to Fast and Furious suspects under ATF’s watch turned up at crime scenes in Mexico.

    20. Oct. 10, 2013 Three Mexican Police Murdered

    A grenade linked to Jean Baptiste Kingery, whom federal officials allowed to traffic unimpeded, was linked to a drug cartel shootout in Tepatitlin, Jalisco, Mexico in which three Jalisco State police officers were murdered and four cartel members were killed.


    http://sharylattkisson.com/20-exampl...st-and-furious


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    Eric Holder Uncensored: Fast and Furious Critics Can ‘Kiss My A**’

    Posted on 7 November, 2014 by clyde


    A new batch of emails from Attorney General Eric Holder were revealed on Friday, further demonstrating just how frustrated he became over Congress’ investigation into the “Fast and Furious” gun-walking scandal.

    In one Aug. 30 email, he wrote of his critics, “Some people can kiss my ass.”

    The newly released emails are a result of the roughly 64,000 documents the U.S. Department of Justice was ordered to hand over to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. President Barack Obama previously exerted executive privilege to keep the documents from being released.

    The Wall Street Journal on Friday published details on the latest batch of emails from the treasure trove of documents:
    By August 2011, the bungled operation had become a full-fledged scandal, forcing the reassignment of the head of ATF and the resignation of the U.S. Attorney in Arizona.

    In an Aug. 30 email, a deputy wrote to Mr. Holder and others that about 25 other U.S. Attorneys around the country “are upset’’ about how the U.S. Attorney’s resignation was handled.


    Mr. Holder then vented in a reply: “Why wouldn’t we get the benefit of the doubt. Assume we’re doing things for the right reasons and in the right way.’’


    He then added “I’m counting to 10,’’ indicating that he was trying not to get too upset about the matter.

    Later on the night of Aug. 30, Holder proclaimed, “Some people can kiss my a**.”

    House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) said staffers are reviewing the documents released by the DOJ to ensure nothing inappropriate is made public.

    In another email to then-ATF head Kenneth Melson, a frustrated Holder lectured the official after he reportedly cleaned out of his office early and insisted on issuing his own press release instead of relying on the DOJ after he was reassigned to a different post amid the scandal.

    “This is not a negotiation,” Holder wrote. “Soft landing is way more than enough.”

    Under the Justice Department’s significantly flawed “Fast and Furious” operation, federal agents lost control of guns they were tracing to Mexican drug cartel leaders. The guns ended up in the hands of cartel members and many have been used in brutal crimes.

    TheBlaze



    http://gopthedailydose.com/2014/11/07/eric-holder-uncensored-fast-furious-critics-can-kiss/

    also


    1. Race Baiting Attorney General Eric Holder: America Is Still A Racist Country
    2. Holder To Give Funds From DOJ’s $16 Billion Settlement With Bank Of America To Radical Leftist Groups


    Well all I can say is back at ya...Attorney General of the United States!!!!

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