Fast and Furious and Criminal

Discussion in 'Politics' started by kyzr, Jul 16, 2011.

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Was selling weapons to drug cartels a criminal act?

  1. Yes, it was murder, the ATF and Holder need to be prosecuted

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  2. No, it was just a stupid idea

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  1. kyzr
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    IMHO selling assault weapons to drug cartels that actually are used by criminals to kill US and Mexican law enforcement agents is a criminal act. I want those responsible prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

    Lets poll to see who thinks that "Fast & Furious" was a criminal act, period.
     
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    Greatest thread ever..
     
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    I do find it amazing that this administration has gotten away with supplying terrorists with weapons.

    If it was Booosh he would of been impeached already.
     
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    Ya, anytime you give the Mexican drug cartel guns, you're doing wrong.
     
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    U.S. gun industry profits off of bloodshed south of the border...
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    For Mexicans, Fast and Furious gun sting confirms U.S. role in Mexico's violence
    08/01/2011 — While a gunrunning sting known as Fast and Furious draws criticism in Congress for losing track of weapons that were smuggled into Mexico, Mexicans say the controversy confirms their conviction that the U.S. gun industry profits off of bloodshed south of the border.
    See also:

    U.S. forest 'under attack by armed drug traffickers
    July 30, 2011 | 459,000 marijuana plants removed, 100 arrested in Mendocino Nat'l Forest

     
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    this covers

    Conspiracy to violate federal firearm laws
    Accessory to murder
    Treason. Now until we have some of those clowns facing life in prison it will be awhile before the canaries sing. But they will. The attempt to undermine the second is blatantly obvious.
     
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    Oh, you are silly.
     
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    Boy, you guys have the shortest memories.

    Loose record-keeping caused the Pentagon and the U.S. command in Iraq to lose track of about 110,000 AK-47 rifles and 80,000 pistols provided to the new Iraqi national police and army, the Government Accountability Office told Congress.

    The investigative arm of Congress, the GAO also found that 250,000 pieces of body armor and helmets can't be accounted for.

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    Nearly $9 billion of money spent on Iraqi reconstruction is unaccounted for because of inefficiencies and bad management, according to a watchdog report published Sunday.

    An inspector general's report said the U.S.-led administration that ran Iraq until June 2004 is unable to account for the funds.

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    War Atrocities, murder, torture, rape of women & children.

    THE BUSH-RUMSFELD-CIA WAR CRIMES - BUSH ADMINISTRATION VIOLATED TORTURE LAWS

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    No crimes, no impeachment, etc. So relax, there isn't anything to change, the precedents have been fixed.
     

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