By David Codrea
U.S.A. –(Ammoland.com)- Information continues to trickle out resulting from a lawsuit trying to ascertain what the State Department under Hillary Clinton knew and did at the time about Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking.” State’s Freedom of Information Act Litigation and Appeals section submitted a 120-page new production of documents on Friday.
A FOIA request was filed two years ago by attorney Stephen Stamboulieh on behalf of this correspondent and Kent Terry, brother of slain Border patrol Agent Brian Terry. The purpose was to explore areas that have been left largely untouched by official inquiries from the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the Department of Justice Office of Inspector General.
Of particular interest:
Did State under Hillary Clinton turn a deliberate blind eye to Arms Export Control Act violations or did it sanction “gunwalking” to Mexico? The law doesn’t apply only to those doing the “gunwalking,” but also to those who “induce” or “willfully cause” offenses.
Why did the Obama administration’s White House Counsel <a target="_blank" href="https://web.archive.org/web/20120511053544/http:/www.examiner.com/article/why-is-white-house-blocking-gunwalker-testimony-from-former-nsc-director" …Read the Rest