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Fast and Furious Whistleblower to Fortune Magazine: Take Back Your Smears

Aaron_69 Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 7:54 PM
We aren't talking about law bidding citizens getting guns. We are talking about deliberately letting criminals walk with guns
LittleByLittle Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 8:18 PM


They were military-grade assault weapons, while Brian Terry had to try to defend his life against them with a beanbag gun.

LittleByLittle Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 8:20 PM

And hundreds of dead civilians didn't even have as much as a beanbag gun to try to defend themselves against them.

Fast and Furious whistleblower and ATF Special Agent John Dodson has sent a letter through his attorney Robert Driscoll to Fortune Magazine today, asking the outlet to retract the June 2012 story "The Truth About Fast and Furious" by Katherine Eban after last week's Department of Justice Inspector General Report cleared any wrongdoing by Dodson and Inspector General Michael Horowitz said whistleblowers were vindicated before Congress. From the letter:

As you are likely aware, the Justice Department Inspector General has now issued his exhaustive report about Operation Fast and Furious (the “IG Report”). Given its findings, it is...