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Of Course: ATF and Obama DOJ Retaliating Against Fast and Furious Whistleblowers

David2599 Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 11:56 AM
In line with your comment, I'd like to know how much money, equipment or other incentives were traded to the Mexican government to get them to clam up about this. Initially, they were calling for extradition of those involved. I've heard absolutely nothing from them since. At some point there had to have been a buyout arranged to silence protests to what was essentially an act of war against Mexican citizens.

In October, I brought you the story about Jay Dobyns, a highly decorated and respected ATF special agent who is facing retaliation from the agency for speaking out against the way managers within the ATF Phoenix Field Division were handling credible death threats against himself and his family. Coincidentally, the same managers who ignored the threats against Dobyns and then retaliated against him for speaking out, are the same managers who were heavily involved in Operation Fast and Furious. The Dobyns' case could be the worst case of whistleblower retaliation in history.

Jay Dobyns is a...