Fast and Furious: Obstruction of Congress by the Department of Justice (Part III of III)

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Chairman Jason Chaffetz and Chairman Charles Grassley issued a joint staff report- this being the third in the series- on key documents and communications generated in response to the congressional investigation of Fast and Furious. Fast and Furious is an operation conducted by the Justice Department where they allegedly allowed straw purchasers to buy firearms illegally and traffic them in the United States. This report describes four categories of deficiencies in the Justice Department\342\200\231s response to the Fast and Furious scandal. 1. Failure to provide answers for the Terry Family, concerning Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry who died by a firearm sold in Operation Fast and Furious 2. Failure to objectively gather the facts 3. Lack of respect for congressional oversight 4. The Department\342\200\231s priority on politics and spin came from the Attorney General
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