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Topic - David O'Neil
A Republican lawmaker clashed with a top Justice Department official Friday over the administration's refusal to disclose even the most basic information about its probe of the Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups.
"Camez was a member of a vast criminal organization that facilitated rampant cyberfraud throughout the world," said David O'Neil, acting assistant attorney general of the Justice Department's Criminal Division. "This organization is the new face of organized crime - a highly structured cyber network operated like a business to commit fraud on a global scale."
"We will bring to justice those who loot our nation's health care funds, and we will recover what has been stolen," O'Neil said.