New F&F Report Details Holder Obstruction

posted on June 9, 2017

A new report from the House Oversight Committee concerning the Fast & Furious scandal is very critical of former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder—especially his treatment of the family of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.

Terry was murdered in 2010 by a drug smuggler using one of the 2,000-plus firearms that the Obama administration ATF let “walk” across the border with no way to track them. Most went into the arsenals of violent Mexican drug gangs.

Stating that Holder considered the Terry family, who is still seeking answers, a “nuisance,” the report also said: “More than five years after Brian’s murder, the Terry family still wonders about key details of Operation Fast and Furious,” according to Fox News. It continued, “The Justice Department’s obstruction of Congress’s investigation contributed to the Terry family’s inability to find answers.”

Look for A1F Daily's full analysis of the new F&F report here on Monday.

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