The charge of obstructing Treasury Inspector General investigations stems from a number of “calculated half-truths”
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The House Oversight Committee is scheduled to vote on whether to hold key IRS scandal figure Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress tomorrow, but today the House Ways and Means Committee sent a letter to the Justice Department, recommending Attorney General Eric Holder consider criminal charges.

Invoking its authority to protect the integrity of the Internal Revenue Code, “which is undermined when taxpayers and exempt organizations perceive that the administration of the IRC is unfair or, worse, is biased against them,” Ways and Means found Exempt Organizations Division Director Lerner “used her position to improperly influence agency action against only conservative organizations,” “impeded official investigations by providing misleading statements,” and “risked exposing, and may actually have disclosed, confidential taxpayer information.”