New Book Contends Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano Perjured Herself Before Congress

This coming Monday, April 16, a new book by Katie Pavlich is scheduled to be released.  The book, Fast and Furious is reported to shed more light on the botched ATFE Operation Fast and Furious and the cover up that followed.  Human Events, which is owned by the same company that owns the publisher of Pavlich’s book, released a sneak peek into the book that is sure to make Americans question the integrity and legality of America’s top leaders even more than they have before.

According to Pavlich, when Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano testified before Congress about Operation Fast and Furious, she lied on at least two occasions.  Twice she was asked if she had discussed Fast and Furious US Attorney General Eric Holder and twice she answered no.  Pavlich says that there were five emails that clearly indicate that Napolitano and Holder discussed the failed program within two days after the death of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.

Another one of Pavlich’s sources told her that an agent from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had been assigned to Fast and Furious since it involved the US-Mexico border.  ICE is under the Department of Homeland Security and Napolitano was regularly briefed on the operation by the agent.

Pavlich points out some sixteen months after the death of Agent Brian Terry and the abrupt end of Operation Fast and Furious, that there still have been no charges filed against anyone associated with the government operation of illegal gun running or the cover up that followed.  However, she firmly believes that when charges are made that Napolitano will have to answer to her charges of committing perjury before Congress as one source told her that Napolitano would be lucky if she doesn’t end up in prison.