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Fast and Furious Gun Found at Murder Scene Was Purchased By Embattled ATF Supervisor

Chief2Dogz Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 6:52 PM
So not only were the ATF allowing the straw purchases, they were the straw buyers. If a citizen were the straw buyer, they would be subject to accessory to murder charges. Perhaps Mexico should charge and extradite this scumbag and either convict him or make him sing.
anderson659 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 6:56 PM
At least they were consistent from start to finish with their felonious murderous conduct.

These people believe they are above the law, after all they are the law and untouchable in their minds.

A Fast and Furious gun found at the murder scene of Mexican beauty queen Maria Susana Flores, appears to have been purchased by embattled ATF supervisor George Gillett. Flores was used as a human shield before she was shot and killed by Mexican cartels during a shootout with the Mexican military.

According to documents obtained by Senator Chuck Grassley, it appears Gillett purchased a number of different firearms at a gun dealership in Phoenix as part of Operation Fast and Furious. It also appears Gillett lied on 4473 forms by using an address that does not lead to...