Gun Rights Advocates File Formal Compliant to Seek Disbarment of Eric Holder
Earlier this month, the two journalists who blew the lid off of Operation Fast and Furious back in December 2010, Mike Vanderboegh and David Codrea, filed a formal ethics complaint against Attorney General Eric Holder with the Office of Bar Counsel, Board on Professional Responsibility of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
The complaint accuses Holder of committing “professional misconduct” when he refused to turn over subpoenaed DOJ documents during the congressional probe into the fatally flawed gunrunning operation.
“While District of Columbia courts have not (yet) been involved, there is no question that the Congress has found the Attorney General guilty of contempt under conditions that rise to your definition of ‘serious crime’,” the letter reminds the board. “It would also appear that Attorney General Holder is required to report the contempt finding to you within the ten day requirement, and that the Bar ‘shall’ investigate this matter.”