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ATF Supervisor on Fast and Furious Whistleblowers: Take Them Down

saltporkdoc Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 12:58 PM
Open statement to Congressman Issa: As a former Police Officer who actually had the fortune to work with some reputable ATF agents such as those who treasured their oath of office/employment more than professional security or career I would like to say that there is only one way to protect the "whistleblowers" and send the appropriate message to those who would attempt (and already have) to retaliate against them, Fire Thomasson. This would carry no import to Mr. Thomasson as he is on record that he, "...doesn't give a s**t..." and "...doesn't care..." Add Holder to the mix and the message gets to be even clearer, Lady Justice is BLIND to racism, politics and personalities. Guess he missed that class in Law School!
Jerry53 Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 4:49 PM
Karl Marx didn't teach that, he taught"Follow MEEEeeeee",comrade.
Sarah_Higglesby Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 1:42 PM
Salt, sounds good in theory until real live people start getting threatened and killed. BTW, where is Breithbart? Boy, that was a weird thing Roberts did!

Late Friday afternoon, Senator Grassley and Congressman Darrell Issa sent a letter to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz. Their concern? More ATF whistleblower retaliation. It has been well documented that ATF likes to retaliate against those who tell the truth to expose corruption within the bureau. Whether it's the case of ATF Special Agent Jay Dobyns, Vince Cefalu, John Dodson and others. However, it seems the retaliation is even worse than previously known.

According to the letter, in an eye witness account, ATF Chief of Public Affairs Scott...