I'm sure you've read already, but, at least there won't be any criminal prosecution.
Not a big surprise, really. He can't
give up the documents, so, criminal prosecution, while not totally negated, seems pretty unreasonable. No criminal prosecution of Holder for contempt - CNN.com
Though, the Republicans are already griping:
"A spokesman for Issa's committee and another top congressional Republican, veteran Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, complained Friday that the refusal to prosecute showed a lack of independence by the U.S. attorney who would handle the case.
"It is regrettable that the political leadership of the Justice Department is trying to intervene in an effort to prevent the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia from making an independent decision about whether to prosecute this case," said Frederick Hill, the panel's director of communications."