Another Friday night Fast and Furious document drop; also, CNN does its job!
Matthew Boyle of The Daily Caller tweeted it.
Story from CNN:
The Justice Department late Friday provided hundreds of pages of internal documents to the House committee looking into Operation Fast and Furious and related programs.
The documents sent to Rep. Darrell Issa, the California Republican who heads the committee that subpoenaed them, focus heavily on other Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives operations in which weapons were trafficked from Arizona gun dealers through straw purchasers across the border to Mexican drug cartels.
Most of the documents deal with a 2007 operation involving Fidel Hernandez, who the ATF believed would be prosecuted for gun violations in Mexico by Mexican authorities.
In related news, CNN actually did a great job of covering the issues behind the murder of ICE Agent Jaime Zapata in Mexico.