Skip to comments.Justice Dept. to provide watchdog faster access to records
Posted on 05/04/2016 4:27:03 AM PDT by Olog-hai
The Justice Department said it intends to provide its inspector general with quicker access to documents that the watchdog office says its been delayed in receiving.
Those materials include grand jury testimony, credit information and communications obtained from law enforcement wiretaps.
The announcement follows a directive from Congress for the department and several other federal government agencies to be more responsive to information requests from their internal watchdogs.
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And when does this new era of timely responsiveness and cooperation begin? Late-January of 2017?????
And we’re supposed to believe that the Obama “Justice” Department that routinely violates the law and daily demonstrates its contempt for the truth has suddenly acknowledged that it has erred and will now change its ways?
NOT while the democrats are in power, they won’t.
Martin vs. Zimmerman
"Fast and Furious"
Etc., etc, etc... Hahahah ha !
That will happen immediately after a Republican administration assumes the White House AND the Justice Department.
Unless you are Hillary.
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