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FBI Director Testifies He Doesn't Know Who's Leading Investigation in IRS Case

By Joe Schoffstall | June 13, 2013 | 1:24pm EDT

While testifying before the House Judiciary Committee today, FBI Director Robert Mueller could not name the lead investigator in the IRS case involving the targeting of conservative groups. It is now one month into the investigation.

Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH): "Can you tell me who the lead investigator is?"

Mueller: "Off the top of my head, no."

Jordan: "It's the most important issue in front of the country in the last six weeks, and you don't know who's heading up the case? Who the lead investigator is?"

Mueller: "At this juncture, no, I do not know."

Mueller also claimed ignorance when Rep. Jordan asked him if anyone had contacted the victims of the IRS scandal.

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