Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
The wise play here would be to not sentence Holder until after Obama is no longer hiding out at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
This would prevent “O’Bola,” from issuing a get out of jail free card, by clemency or pardon.
by Debra Heine 4 October 5, 2014
The House Oversight Committee is pursuing another contempt of court charge, and possibly a daily monetary fine, and jail time for outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder unless he complies with a court order to release certain Fast and Furious documents.
Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee requested U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson to fine Mr. Holder if he doesn’t comply with her own order issued back in August — the one where she said he couldn’t claim executive privilege to keep private certain documents related to the federal gun-running program, “Operation Fast and Furious,” Politico reported.
Judge Berman Jackson ordered the DOJ to produce the “Vaughn list” back in July in response to a Judicial Watch FOIA lawsuit. A month later, the DOJ was ordered to turn over “a privilege log of withheld documents to the House Oversight Committee.” Both requests were supposed to be completed by October 1, but were not. Instead, the Attorney General announced his resignation.
Entire article below.