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Report: Security Clearances Revoked, Criminal Charges Pending For ATF Fast and Furious Officials

ikonoclast Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 2:10 AM
"All are expected to receive full retirement benefits." Ouch! That's gotta hurt! How many lashes with a wet noodle? As the Mexican Death Toll Could Exceed 120,000 As Calderon Ends Six-Year Reign? How many deaths are a direct result of "Fast & Furious"? Way to go, guys..... Our tax dollars at work.
Drifter Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 2:59 AM
The last time a count was estimated, it came in a t 400+. That was months ago...
Pistol Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 3:36 AM
Yeah, i had a big smile on my face 'til i got to "full retirement benefits". Just when i thought for once some bureaucrat head might roll, it turns out to be early retirement. Some punishment. And a six figure job on the side? Its time for torches, pitchforks and lampost decorations.
renny4 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 6:24 AM
And benefits much better and outside ocare. What punishment.

Washington D.C. - According to credible ATF sources, officials heavily involved in Operation Fast and Furious and named as partially responsible for the program's failure by Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz and the House Oversight Committee have been stripped of their government security clearances while some have been fired, demoted, and transferred. Criminal charges are also reportedly pending.

Former ATF Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix Field Division Bill Newell, former ATF Special Agent in Charge of Operations in the West Bill McMahon and former Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix Field Division George...