Arlington VA June 13, 2013
Perhaps the most egregious was his inability to provide even a name of the lead investigator on the IRS Scandal investigation. for that matter, he did not do much better on questions about the Benghazi investigation either, saying, at one point, that 'it was too dangerous for his agents to enter Libya to investigate for nearly two weeks after the attack which killed the US Ambassador.
He didn't do much better on the other questions either, except perhaps for his ringing defense of the surveillance activities of the NSA. By the way, his agents can't find Snowden either.
I certainly understand that Director Mueller is retiring in early September. He deserves a rest. perhaps he thought this was just another casual appearance before the committee, or came unprepared. Whatever the reason, he made no effort to assure the committee their questions would be answered, or that he even cared about the answers. That is beneath both himself and the office he holds.
The American public deserves answers to the questions asked, and it is pitiful that the FBI Director showed such an uncaring attitude about the several growing scandals he is supposed to be investigating.