Two months ago, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms attempted to censor a book written by Operation Fast and Furious whistleblower John Dodson.
ATF is saying Dodsoon can publish his book so long as he doesn't get paid and after supervisors ?make redactions.
Early Monday morning, it was revealed supervisors within the Department of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms have censored whistleblower John Dodson by refusing to approve an outside work application to publish a book about Operation Fast and Furious.
The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms is being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union for censoring ATF Special Agent and Operation Fast and Furious whistleblower John Dodson.
The Department of Justice Inspector General report released three weeks ago about Fast and Furious vindicated only one group of people: Whistleblowers.
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