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The Smearing of Fast and Furious Whistleblower John Dodson

Kachina27284 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 10:14 AM
The death of a Border Patrol agent or other law enforcement agent was likely part of the plan. They probably concocted this plan to let guns walk to a drug cartel knowing that they would be used in this country. When Brian Terry was killed, was it an accident that two guns from F&F were left there? Not likely. The death of a Border Patrol agent by weapons purchased from an American gun dealer would have been the ideal perfect storm to rant in Congress about more gun control. The Dems actually tried to get this going, but it did not gain traction. I have learned to put NOTHING past these people. NOTHING. So, what was actually happening in Libya with our ambassador and CIA agents?
skywalker58 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 12:40 PM
There are LOTS of questions related to the death of the ambassor, two former Navy Seals and the other person. WHY was the ambassador in that city? How did Al Qaeda know about the safehouse and the ambassador's whereabouts? Why did it take the administration a WEEK to admit it was a terrorist attack? Why has the area not been secured and a full investigation started? Why have they not started investigating yet? The family of the Ambassador should be asking VERY VOCAL and PUBLIC questions. His life was sacrificed for what?

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...