I was pleasantly surprised that they brought back Kenneth Melson's testimony that DOJ seemed primarily interested in public relations control, when GunRunner / F&F came to light, rather than a real investigation.
From the article:
The first report did allege some Justice Department involvement, notably that Kenneth E. Melson, then the acting ATF director, was made into a "scapegoat" for Fast and Furious after he told congressional Republicans that his Justice Department supervisors "were doing more damage control than anything" else once Fast and Furious became public.
"My view is that the whole matter of the department's response in this case was a disaster," Melson told the investigators.
Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/07/3...#storylink=cpy
I'm curious to see if any other MSM pick up on that.