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The Smearing of Fast and Furious Whistleblower John Dodson

What?5 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 10:12 AM
BHO's administration payed to arm the cartels(Stimulus One and Two) and brotherhood operatives (billions passed directly to brotherhood in Egypt and regional allies thru State Department over-ride of Congress-imposed thresholds). BHO's administration practiced dereliction of duty so broadly as to directly contribute to all seven+hundreds of other directly-related murders. Jaime Zapata appeared to be targeted for execution, as was the Ambassador. Brian Terry was failed by other LEOs who failed to deconflict when they KNEW a shipment of drugs and money were scheduled to pass through Peck Canyon ... and ... furthermore ... that RIP crews would be hunting that mule train!
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 10:44 AM
And he was ordered to use BEAN BAG guns before lethal weapons when confronted by the thugs..whose bright idea was THAT? Sounds an awful lot like Benghazi where multiple requests that turned into begging for security were denied. Methinks in re to F & F there have been many people in high places, both sides who have profited from the so called 'drug war' in one way or another thus it has gone on for forty some years with no results..a lot like the stupid 'nation' building in stuck in the 7th century tribal countries.

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...