The Department of Justice released their Inspector General’s report on Fast and Furious this morning. In total, 515 pages with redactions (Click to Download PDF).

Okay, what is really in the report? Is it a white wash? Is the report a start? How complete is it? Does it clear Attorney General Holder? Does it answer questions about Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s death? Does it address who else in the United States have been injured or killed by these guns? Does it address where these guns are now at? Does it address what Barack Obama knew and when? Does it address the tens of thousands of documents Congress has asked for and Obama and Holder refuse to turn over?

Will Attorney General Holder now answer his contempt of Congress charge?

Initial media observations on the content:

  • Issa: Fast and Furious IG report step toward restoring faith–Associated Press
  • Official to testify on ‘Fast and Furious’ report, which slaps 14 at Justice, ATF–CNN
  • Guns Inquiry Urges Action Against 14 in Justice Dept.–New York Times
  • Inspector General’s ‘Fast And Furious’ Report Clears Attorney General Holder–Think Progress
  • “I have reviewed the Office of the Inspector General’s report on Operation Fast and Furious and the key conclusions are consistent with what I, and other Justice Department officials, have said for many months now”–Attorney General Eric Holder


Personally I do not have time to read all 515 pages now, probably most people do not. Here is everyone’s opportunity to crowd source the document. Please download and read the document, or portions of it. Share your observations and findings here in this comment thread. When quoting a page, please include the page number. I’ll update the article, here, with these observations and quotes from the comment thread.

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Matthew Weaver is president/CEO of Project Weavers, which offers project management training and PMP exam prep courses.