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Offline AbaraXas

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The House of Representatives Judiciary Committee called in Attorney General Eric Holder to testify last week on the AP reporters scandal.

During testimony under oath Eric Holder told Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) that targeting journalists was bad policy and something he’d never been involved in.

This is what Holder told Congress:

    “First of all you’ve got a long way to go to try to prosecute the press for publication of material. This has not fared well in American history… In regard to potential prosecution of the press for the disclosure of material. This is not something I’ve ever been involved in, heard of, or would think would be wise policy.“

Tonight NBC News reported that Eric Holder approved the search warrant for Fox News reporter’s private emails.

    Attorney General Eric Holder signed off on a controversial search warrant that identified Fox News reporter James Rosen as a “possible co-conspirator” in violations of the Espionage Act and authorized seizure of his private emails, a law enforcement official told NBC News on Thursday.

    The disclosure of the attorney general’s role came as President Barack Obama, in a major speech on his counterterrorism policy, said Holder had agreed to review Justice Department guidelines governing investigations that involve journalists.
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The sleeping public never hears anyone call these criminals on their lies.  They lie with impunity.
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