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Judicial Watch v. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (No. 11-1797) - DOJ & ATF "Fast and Furious" documents

Pursuant to a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed on July 13, 2011, Judicial Watch seeks the following the following records from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF):

  • All records of communication, contracts and correspondence between ATF Director Kenneth E.
    Melson and any official, officer, or employee of the Office of the Deputy Attorney General (DAG) regarding ATF Phoenix Operation Fast and Furious.
  • All records regarding, concerning, or related to, the October 26, 2009 meeting/telephonic conference call between DAG David Ogden, Assistant Attorney General (AAG) Lanny Breuer, ATF Director Melson, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Administrator Michelle Leonhart, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Robert Mueller, and other DOJ officials regarding the Southwest Border Strategy (including, but not limited to, any agendas, minutes, transcripts, notes, or presentations).
  • All records prepared for, or submitted to, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform regarding, concerning, or related to, ATF Operation Fast and Furious.

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Clinton Email Investigation
Judicial Watch today released received responses under oath from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton concerning her email practices.
Clinton Email Investigation
Judicial Watch today released received responses under oath from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton concerning her email practices.
Clinton Email Investigation
Judicial Watch today released received responses under oath from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton concerning her email practices.