My true believer Democrat friend Damian sent me this article making the rounds, from Fortune Magazine.
It's long and a little tedious to read; the author is someone named Katherine Eban (I never heard of her, but doesn't mean she's not a great person) -
... a six-month Fortune investigation reveals that the public case alleging that Voth and his colleagues walked guns is replete with distortions, errors, partial truths, and even some outright lies. Fortune reviewed more than 2,000 pages of confidential ATF documents and interviewed 39 people, including seven law-enforcement agents with direct knowledge of the case. Several, including Voth, are speaking out for the first time.
Here's a brief response to the Fortune story.
Eban was a member of the infamous “journal-list” that helped Barack Obama get elected in 2008 and the entirety of her article is written from the perspective of wishful Obama love, not journalistic integrity.
Who knows? Today the Attorney General will be held in contempt by a bipartisan vote in the House.