All three of the ATF supervisors who directed the ATF Fast and Furious operation have been given promotions and moved to Washington D.C. headquarters where the administration can keep an eye on them and insure their silence. ATF promotes supervisors from border gun operation - latimes.com At first the supervisors steadfastly denied any knowledge about letting guns walk across the border until the head of the ATF actually admitted to a secretly convened congressional panel that it did happen. Now, the supervisors are apologisingfor the operation and admitting they made 'mistakes' that in hindsight they would have done differently, that they have learned an important lesson from, and that will allow them to improve their operations in the future, etc. etc. but as far as they are concerned it's all in the past. Still no one at the ATF or the DOJ has explained why in god's name the ATF would let an arsenal of high powered weapons capable of outfitting two military Brigades cross the Mexican border into the hands of drug cartels without tracking them, nor who authorized such insanity.