Congress is requesting the DOJ to give up all documents connected to Obama’s plan to nix and analysis into the Hezbollah group.
Congress instructed the Department of Justice on Thursday to turn over all documents and communications that may be related to newly disclosed efforts by the Obama administration to handicap an investigation into the terror group Hezbollah and its Iranian benefactors, according to a letter sent to Attorney General Jeff Sessions obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, reported Freebeacon.com
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The letter represents the first step in the investigation by leaders in Congress into accusations senior Obama administration officials thwarted a decennium long Drug Enforcement Agency investigation into Hezbollah’s illegal activity.
In order to avoid enrage the Hezbollah’s chief patron Iran and maintain the landmark nuclear deal, Obama administration, in what cobgressional insiders characterize as a “potentially criminal” business, obstructed with the DEA’s investigation into the terror group.