- Twelve people associated with the Democratic party in Indiana have been arrested and charged in a voter fraud scandal.
- Their law breaking could have been as high as affecting 45,000 voters.
- The charges allege that 11 temporary workers used by the Indiana Voter Registration Project created, falsified and then submitted an unknown number of voter applications.
- The supervisor of the 11 temporary workers, Holly Burke, was also charged.
- The Indiana State Police got involved in an investigation when a clerk in Hendricks County, Indiana identified about a dozen suspicious registration forms.
- The State Police investigation quickly expanded to 56 Indiana counties and involved upwards of 45,000 possibly bogus voter registration forms.
- According to William La Jeunesse and Andrew O’Reilly, writing for Fox News on June 7, 2017, the House of Representatives Oversight Committee recently released a scathing, nearly 300-page report on the whole Fast and Furious operation.
- The report accuses Eric Holder’s Justice Department of withholding information to cover the the facts of the botched operation, specifically not telling the family of slain border agent, Brian Terry, what actually led up to his death.
- The report also slammed Obama’s use of executive privilege to cover up the operation’s failures and to protect the law breakers in the Justice Department relative to the operation.
- In addition, the report cited the Obama administration for not releasing pertinent documents to Congress.
- According to Congressman Jason Chaffetz, committee chairman: “[Terry’s death] happened on Dec. 14, 2010, and we still don’t have all the answers. Brian Terry’s family should not have to wait six years for answers.”
- Agent Terry was killed in a firefight on the Mexican and U.S. border with drug cartel members who were using Fast and Furious provided weaponry.
- Of the 2,000 guns that Fast and Furious provided to drug cartels and other Mexican crime elements, the Obama administration and Holder’s Justice Department lost track of over 1,400 of them, two of which ended up at the slaying sight of agent Terry.
- According to the report: “More than five years after Brian’s murder, the Terry family still wonders about key details of Operation Fast and Furious. The Justice Department’s obstruction of Congress’s investigation contributed to the Terry family’s inability to find answers.”
- John Dodson, an ATF agent within the Justice Department who helped blow the whistle on the botched operation testified recently in front of the committee: “That decision, the single act of standing up and saying, ‘What we are doing is wrong’… instantly took my standing from being that of an agent of the government – to an enemy of the state. ATF and DOJ officials implemented an all-out campaign to silence and discredit me… Suffice to say, the last six to seven years at ATF have not been the best for me or my career.”
- While the Justice Department knew immediately that Fast and Furious guns had played a role in the death of agent Terry, Holder’s Justice Department insisted that they did not know and that his internal investigation was more concerned about covering up than finding the truth.
- The House report also uncovered the reality that Holder’s Justice Department also stonewalled a Senate investigation into Fast and Furious by withholding information.
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