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The Smearing of Fast and Furious Whistleblower John Dodson

K.C.4 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 2:44 PM
I was a police officer in Virginia in the early 70's and the ATF and DEA were continuously attempting to recruit agents from local police departments. They had little success because it was well known in law enforcement circles that these agencies did not protect confidential informants, did not tolerate dissention, and would not stand up for their agents because they were highly political.

On December 15, 2010, ATF Special Agent John Dodson’s life changed forever when Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed in the Arizona desert. At least two of the guns left at the scene were linked to Operation Fast and Furious. Before Terry was killed, hundreds had been killed in Mexico as a result of the program, leaving only blood stained concrete and horror behind.

For a year prior to Terry’s murder, Dodson worked as part of ATF Phoenix Gunrunning Group VII, the group assigned to carry out the bulk of Fast and Furious. He was told...