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High-Ranking DoJ Official Who Misrepresented Fast & Furious to Congress Resigns

US Assistant Attorney General Ronald Weich claimed in a response to Congress that the DoJ never permitted assault weapons to be walked into Mexico. This letter was "retracted." On Feb. 4, 2011, Weich wrote to Congress that the idea that...
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