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"Ugh": ATF Supervisor Showed Annoyance, Not Remorse For Murder of Border Patrol Agent

Aslg45344 Wrote: Aug 03, 2012 12:13 PM
Shame on you Katie Pavlich! You have absolutely no idea how Dave Voth felt after hearing the news that Agent Terry died!
TyrannyUnleashed Wrote: Aug 03, 2012 2:17 PM
I'm still scratching my head over your reply.

I think the email response says more then enough about his character, the lack of compassion, and how he felt when hearing an agent was SHOT DEAD at the hands of our own.

Just think how he would respond if it was JUST a private citizen.

Aslg45344 Wrote: Aug 03, 2012 5:30 PM
Scratching your head?? "SHOT DEAD at the hands of our own'???? Do you think ATF agents killed agent Terry? A bad person killed agent Terry and we should be condemning the killer rather than ATF agents who were working really hard on this huge case. I'm sorry but one statement in an email to another agent does not in any way provide you with good insight into his character. Again, Katie Pavlich is taking whatever material she can to prove her conspiracy theory.
mikej Wrote: Aug 03, 2012 6:10 PM
The email says mountains. Our own DOJ put the gun into that "bad" persons hands. Get a grip.
Steve73 Wrote: Aug 03, 2012 9:42 PM
u r an idiot. no more needs to be written.

Today Obama Deputy Campaign Manager Stephanie Cutter was mocked for using "ugh" in an email about Solyndra going under. While Solyndra was a terrible idea implemented with zero respect for American taxpayers, Operation Fast and Furious was implemented and carried out with zero respect for human life. ATF supervisor David Voth, who was in charge of overseeing field agents in Phoenix, responded to news that the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was connected to the Fast and Furious case with annoyance, not remorse. Voth wrote, "Ugh….things will most likely get ugly."

 

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