Court Overturns Ruling That Kept ‘Fast and Furious’ Documents Secret

Newsmax-Unreleased documents related to a lawsuit over the Obama administration’s failed “Fast and Furious” program, which attempted to track guns getting into the clutches of Mexican drug cartels, could be a step closer to becoming public.

The Hill reports a federal appeals court on Friday overturned a lower court ruling that kept the documents from being made public.

While the judgement doesn’t guarantee the eight documents will see the light of day, the appeals court ordered the case to be reviewed again.

The government watchdog Judicial Watch had requested the documents under the Freedom of Information Act, but the Obama administration refused to hand over 32 pages, citing a “court-imposed non-disclosure” rule.

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