On Monday of this week the final congressional report on the Fast and Furious scandal was released to the public. The report is in three parts, two of which have not yet been released. Part One alone contains 211 pages of information.
Now that reporters have had the chance to sift through the information contained in the report, a central fact has come into clear focus today. To quote one of the original reporters who first broke the Fast and Furious story in December of 2010, Mike Vanderboegh, "...the fingerprints of the White House are certainly all over Part One of the report..."
The key piece of information leading to Vanderboegh's observation is the fact that in the congressional report it is clear that Kevin O'Reilly is a key figure in the entire fiasco that has implicated many of the top officials in the Obama administration in at least three Cabinet level agencies.
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