U.S. Attorney General says he didn't ...

U.S. Attorney General says he didn't make AP phone records decision

There are 3 comments on the Austin Times story from May 18, 2013, titled U.S. Attorney General says he didn't make AP phone records decision. In it, Austin Times reports that:

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Tuesday he did not make the controversial decision to secretly seize telephone records of the Associated Press but defended his department's actions in the investigation of what he called a "very, very serious leak." The decision to seek phone records of one of the world's largest news-gathering ... (more)

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KnowsNuzzing-Not EvenThere

Sierra Madre, CA

#1 May 20, 2013
What exactly was Benghazi about? I mean, WHY was that consulate attacked to begin with. Someone needs to explain why this happened, not just what happened.

Who cares about the coverup, we need to know why this incident happened to begin with.

This is Fast and Furios and Iran Contra all rolled up in one.

From what I understand it was about covering up the fact that the White House was involved in arming terrorists in the middle east that American troops are supposed to be fighting.

Also, apparently some shoulder fire rockets disappeared and could possibly end up in the U.S.

The people in that embassy may have been whistleblowers who were targeted to be silenced. That's why the administration may have left them die.

Why isn't anyone in the media reporting on the real story? All we get are bits and pieces of sideshow news.

Rush Limbaugh -like him or not- is right about Obama and his administration committing crimes, standing back, and saying rest assued America we are going to get THOSE scoundrals. Obama has learned to shift accountability away from himself (the real culprit) thus making it look like he is also a victim like the rest of America of his own Admin's crimes.

The IRS story as bad as it is, is a distraction away from Benghazi. Look at the way it is framed -Dems spying on Reupbs -so what? Why isn't the headline simply that the IRS is spying on all citizens Soviet Style -who cares about the left spying on the right stuff or vice versa.

The IRS story could have come out anytime -why all of a sudden when Benghazi was gaining traction? The timing says it all.

Benghazi is really, really, bad stuff -impeachable national security breach bad stuff that needs to be burried.




Are these missing weapons going to end up here in the U.S. someday? Hopefully not! The media needs to investigate. This is the real story. Why doesn't anyone have the balls to report on this?


Madison, WI

#2 May 21, 2013
I met Attorney General Janet Reno;

She debriefed of a crooked adminstration to come, and that in the event of retirment she will refuse to relinquish her minds knowledge in field to her successor and asked to be calm and just sit still and she will retrieve storage later.

She had gave me special recommendations for the Assistent Teachers award for Juvenile children AND I WON Chris Toal the Teacher indicated they had me on mail router, and somewhere in postal it was stolen, the trophy even has my name engraved and worth over $15000 in finance and creditials. She indicated a man stood up by the delegates on panel she did nto recognise and indicated he knew Jaimie Drews personally and would ensure I got my award.

Anything over $250 is grand theft and is a felony and imposes prison, Stolen postal mail etc.

I never recieved award. Supposedly Aunt Bonnie and Aunt Dorthy got to visit my award and funds, it is the FOTRA groups again.

Portland, ND

#3 May 30, 2013
now they show photos to the public with holders signature on the records for calling for phone records of ap which he denied knowing!this lying ass is still supported by Obama?obama will throw all under the bus if hes implicated but anyone with any sense knows Obama plays dunb when it suits him?it seems that all who are loyal to him get better jobs with the fed. gov. in the future if they keep their mouths shut?look at susan rice for example?lets see what happens with the irs woman that took the fifth?

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