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ATF Royally Screws Up, Again

Parker01 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 8:42 AM
Ummm... if you read the article, the agents have already been outed. The ATF left "the list," behind. ahem... I'm just sayin'... And in response to your question- undercover is just an excuse for 'law-enforcement' to engage in illegal activity with a supposed, "nobler cause," of stopping illegal activity. Seems rather illogical. Encouraging law-breaking in order to stop and prevent law-breaking. Sounds like a government program to me. Why not just encourage values, morals and ethics in the youth of each generation? It worked until the early 60's. Funny-that's when government started getting too big to fail. And they want me to trust them for my health, retirement, and personal safety. Hmmm... I don't think so.

You've probably heard the old joke about how the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms should be a convenience store not a federal agency, but the latest ATF screw up in Wisconsin proves they aren't even capable of doing that properly. From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

A store calling itself Fearless Distributing opened early last year on an out-of-the-way street in Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood, offering designer clothes, athletic shoes, jewelry and drug paraphernalia.

Those working behind the counter, however, weren't interested in selling anything.

They were undercover agents from the U.S....