in Fast & Furious belongs in a cell.
Documents obtained through a lawsuit recently issued against the City of Phoenix by government watchdog Judicial Watch reveal a weapon from the Department of Justice's Operation Fast and Furious was used to injure two people in a 2013 gang-style assault on an apartment complex. When the incident occurred and during investigation afterward, police worked with federal law enforcement agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Department of Homeland Security, FBI and Drug Enforcement Agency in the case, raising suspicions the assault wasn't simply a typical, local gang shootout and prompted questions about the details of where the weapons that were used came from.
And get this:
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley and Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa sent a letter
to Assistant Attorney General James Cole late Thursday afternoon
demanding more information about why DOJ failed to inform Congress of
the connection between the AK-47 used in the assault and Fast and
Furious as their investigation of the lethal program continues.
Assistant Attorney General James Cole, who played a large role in the cover-up of Operation Fast and Furious, announced his resignation from DOJ today.
Naw, nothing suspicious about that at ALL, right? Been planning it for years for now, right?