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ATF Publishes Misleading Trace Data From Mexico

Ray from Bloombergia Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 12:13 PM
They also scrupulously avoided the "time to trace" average. The average time to trace is FIFTEEN YEARS. That means the average gun reaching the cartels was last in legal U.S. hands more than a decade ago. The Obama Crime Family wants you to think that big trucks are backing up to Sturm Ruger and loading pallets of Mini-14s. Ray from Bloombergia NRA Life Soli Deo Gloria!!!

Yesterday afternoon, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms released firearms tracing data to the press from Mexico between the years 2007-2011 during a roundtable discussion and presentation given by ATF Special Agent John Hageman. The data was released at ATF headquarters in Washington D.C. Reporters were allowed to bring pen and paper, but were prohibited from bringing computers or recording devices.  When we arrived, despite prohibiting the use of computers, ATF gave us a flashdrive.

“70%”

That’s the percentage of guns traced in Mexico to United States sources or Federal Firearms Licensees [gun...