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Friday, September 21, 2012

It Ain't Over

The Inspector General reported the White House obstructed the investigation of the "Fast and Furious" debacle.

"...The IG report states, “We also sought to interview Kevin O’Reilly, an official with the White House National Security Staff, about communications he had in 2010 with Special Agent in Charge William Newell that included information about Operation Fast and Furious. O’Reilly declined through his personal counsel our request for an interview....”

You might be thinking this only involves a staffer, but...

"...O’Reilly’s attorney reportedly said that his client would agree to a telephone interview with the committee but only if the White House said okay. White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler has stated that O’Reilly will not be permitted to give an interview.

CBS reported, “citing Executive Branch confidentiality interests, Ruemmler said, ‘There is an insufficient basis to support the request to interview Mr. O'Reilly..."

Otherwise, the White House, aka the house of the President, decided they could circumvent law, ignore efforts to discover how a United States agent was murdered, and expect everyone to accept this arrogance. 

It ain't over. The future holds exposure and justice. They can run, but they can't hide. Nixon  tried, and failed. Obama's staff is not as smart as Nixon's and I have the feeling they'll spill the beans before it's all over. 

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