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    'Fast and Furious' Whistleblowers Struggle Six Months After Testifying Against ATF Program
    By William Lajeunesse

    Read more: 'Fast And Furious' Whistleblowers Struggle Six Months After Testifying Against ATF Program | Fox News

    So much for making the responsible for the mess pay for their actions!
     
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    yea well...heres the latest, they lied. surprised right? :lol: unreal. like 6 people including holder who had emails sent to them some who even replied or forwarded them, all said they didn't know of the guns walking....

    and, as many suspected- they discussed using it as a cudgel to fashion ammo against gun- control etc....(pun intended)


    ATF officials didn’t intend to publicly disclose their own role in letting Mexican cartels obtain the weapons, but emails show they discussed using the sales, including sales encouraged by ATF, to justify a new gun regulation called “Demand Letter 3″. That would require some U.S. gun shops to report the sale of multiple rifles or “long guns.” Demand Letter 3 was so named because it would be the third ATF program demanding gun dealers report tracing information.

    On July 14, 2010 after ATF headquarters in Washington D.C. received an update on Fast and Furious, ATF Field Ops Assistant Director Mark Chait emailed Bill Newell, ATF’s Phoenix Special Agent in Charge of Fast and Furious:

    “Bill – can you see if these guns were all purchased from the same (licensed gun dealer) and at one time. We are looking at anecdotal cases to support a demand letter on long gun multiple sales. Thanks.”

    On Jan. 4, 2011, as ATF prepared a press conference to announce arrests in Fast and Furious, Newell saw it as “(A)nother time to address Multiple Sale on Long Guns issue.” And a day after the press conference, Chait emailed Newell: “Bill–well done yesterday… (I)n light of our request for Demand letter 3, this case could be a strong supporting factor if we can determine how many multiple sales of long guns occurred during the course of this case.”

    Documents: ATF used "Fast and Furious" to make the case for gun regulations - CBS News Investigates - CBS News


    I wonder, how many Networks will lead with this...any of it? trash, the media is just trash.
     
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