Attorney General Eric Holder spent Thursday back on Capitol Hill, once again defending Operation Fast & Furious before Congress.  Accusations kept coming, but the responses haven't changed.

FOX News Radio's Jared Halpern has more from Washington:

It marks the sixth time the Attorney General has answered Congressional questions about the operation that sent thousands of guns to Mexico.

(Gosar) "What do you think the penalty should be for a Cabinet member, a sworn officer of the law, who comes to testify before Congress and knowingly lies?"

Arizona Republican Paul Gosar, accusing the Attorney General of misleading testimony.  New York Democrat Carolyn Maloney, dismissing the Republican probe.

(Maloney) "Does not aid or honor those who risk their lives everyday."

Holder has repeated his office is fully cooperating with a Congressional subpoena.

In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.

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