Darrell Issa: Holder should apologize to Mexico for "Fast & Furious"

“The attorney general, as the head of Justice, has to explain that to the families of survivors,” Issa said. “Yes, he should find a way to make it very clear to our neighbors to the south — at least to the government and at least publicly — that there needs to be deep regret for what happened and there needs to be reassurances that it never happens again.”…

Issa said an apology similar to the one Josephine Terry finally received is the least Holder owes Mexico’s Fast and Furious victims.

“We can’t bring these people back to life,” Issa told TheDC. “But at least the kind of condolence that eventually came to Mrs. Terry is a minimum that people south of the border are demanding — and they have a right to.”