IRS Chief Says No Crime In Controversy

IRS Chief Says No Crime In Controversy
(Undated) -- IRS Chief John Koskinen is blaming technology for suspicious problems prompting congressional investigations into his agency. In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, he noted several technology failures have already taken place this year. He cited two-thousand hard drives failing and apologized to people whose tax exempt status had been delayed by IRS. He maintained evidence uncovered by six investigations found no involvement by the White House. The IRS has come under fire after allegations they targeted conservative groups because of their political positions.