Audit: Justice Department clueless on WMD attack
By The Post's Jeff Stein in Spy Talk:
The report by Glenn Fine, DOJ’s Inspector General, singled out DOJ’s bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, or ATF, for particular scorn, suggesting it was only dimly aware that it had been designated the department’s “lead coordinator” for the department’s response to a WMD attack.
The rationale for giving ATF, a poor stepchild to the FBI in law enforcement matters, the lead role in the first place was not explained in the report.
But other DoJ components did not escape the OIG’s wrath, either.
| June 1, 2010; 2:45 PM ET
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