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Fresh DOJ loss in ‘Fast and Furious’ docs fight

Fresh DOJ loss in ‘Fast and Furious’ docs fight
Eric Holder is pictured. | AP Photo

“This case presents the sort of question that the courts are traditionally called upon to resolve,” Jackson said in her 44-page decision, issued more than five months after lawyers argued the issue in her packed courtroom and more than a year after the House committee filed suit. “Dismissing the case without hearing it would in effect place the court’s finger on the scale, designating the executive as the victor based solely on his untested assertion that the privilege applies,” she wrote.

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I'm not optimistic about

the judicial system anymore. I do hope; however, that this particular judge will stand up for what's right and burn some of these crooks in the administration...

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
"I have one word for you...predator drones. Oh, you think I'm kidding?" Obombya

Here to squash your hopes

Even if the judge did have her head screwed on right I'd bet you a gold dollar to a fiat dollar that an appeals judge overturns it.

Anything that

brings these criminals out is positive