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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Cronyism uncovered in Gunwalker scandal, plus breaking updates

As various investigative reporters and citizen journalists continue to probe into the corruption engulfing the Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, a little-publicized fact has been uncovered that sheds further light into the key players in the Gunwalker scandal--cronyism.
Many of those who are implicated in the illegal scheme to place U.S. guns into the hands of Mexican drug cartels are linked to one law firm--Covington & Burling.
The law firm is of primary importance in gaining a deeper understanding of the Project Gunwalker scandal and its coverup by the Obama Administration. Attorney-General Eric Holder was a partner in the firm prior to his becoming head of the Department of Justice.
But Holder is not the only one. Lanny Breuer, the Assistant Attorney-General of the United States under Eric Holder, was also a partner at Covington & Burling. Investigators discovered in February of this year that Breuer is a central figure in the coverup of the Gunwalker scandal. Further information uncovered a series of highly questionable actions in Breuer's extensive political career, beginning with the Clinton Administration.

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