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New Yorker: Attorney General Eric Holder Says He'll Step Down This YearSalem-News.com
As recently as Nov. 19, Holder, the first African-American attorney general in U.S. history, told CBS News that he didn't have "any plans" to step down.
(WASHINGTON, DC) - The embattled U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder, has stated his intention to step down some time this year. His words were published by the New Yorker.
Our unique coverage of Holder includes outing his false denial of knowledge about the "Fast and Furious" gun running operation to arm deadly Mexican cartels, (Holder Lied: DOJ News Release Shows Obama Admin Approved ATF Mexico Weapons Smuggling), and our Investigative Reporter Marianne Skolek's exposure of Holder's role as a private attorney who defended the top executives of Purdue Pharma when they were convicted of having marketed OxyContin as "non lethal" and "non addictive". (Eric Holder Held the Future of OxyContin and America's Safety - and Let it Go)
Source: The New Yorker
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