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Topic - Mark Zaid
Four senior ATF managers who supervised the botched Fast and Furious gunrunning investigation could face termination if the recommendations of a disciplinary board are upheld.
Already facing intense scrutiny for its shifting narrative about the assault on the U.S. Consulate in Libya, the Pentagon now says it will not reclassify the Fort Hood shootings as a terrorist attack over concern about biasing the case against the gunman — an argument that is getting a mixed review from legal specialists.
"I think there's more pros than cons in this stage of our lives in releasing him than maintaining him in prison," he said.
But enough time has passed from the crime to make his release more feasible now than 20 years ago, said Mark Zaid, a Washington lawyer specializing in national security cases.