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ATF Publishes Misleading Trace Data From Mexico

Bernard83 Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 7:39 AM
If guns, or for that matter, anything is getting into Mexico from the U.S. or any other country, that is a problem for the mexicans to solve by protecting their borders and coast lines. No country I know of in the free world controls what goes out of the country except maybe some gubmint regulations restricting or prohibiting businesses from doing business or trade with certain countries. If it is the responsibility of the U.S. to stop guns from being smuggled into Mexico then it is Mexico's responsibility to stop drugs from being smuggled into the U.S.. No?
oldnjal Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 8:40 AM
Most logical. If they really wanted to stop what is going on, they would ask the folks on the front lines, that, actually, believe and try to obey their oath to defend the people that vote for them.
That is not happening, from Obama on down.
The Governor of Arizona and Sheriff Arpaio are, by reasoning of minds that are criminal, the enemies.

Yesterday afternoon, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms released firearms tracing data to the press from Mexico between the years 2007-2011 during a roundtable discussion and presentation given by ATF Special Agent John Hageman. The data was released at ATF headquarters in Washington D.C. Reporters were allowed to bring pen and paper, but were prohibited from bringing computers or recording devices.  When we arrived, despite prohibiting the use of computers, ATF gave us a flashdrive.


That’s the percentage of guns traced in Mexico to United States sources or Federal Firearms Licensees [gun...