House Judiciary Committee 'very concerned' about Holder perjury

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Virginia Congressman Bob Goodlatte, told Fox News that the committee was looking into the possibility that Attorney General Eric Holder committed perjury when he denied under oath he had anything to do with subpoenas for the records of journalists. The Hill: Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) said the committee was awaiting a response from Holder on a conflict between his statement and the fact that he had signed a search warrant for the reporter, James Rosen. Asked on "Fox News Sunday" if he was investigating Holder for perjury, Goodlatte replied: "We certainly are very concerned about that." He said the committee had sent Holder a letter asking for a response by Wednesday. "So yes, it is fair to say we are investigating the conflict in his remarks," Goodlatte said. "Those remarks were made under oath. But we also think it's very important the attorney general be afforded the opportunity to respond." "So we will wait to pass judgment on...(Read Full Post)