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Bombshell: Govt bought F&F guns with our money

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by Dave Workman, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. Dave Workman

    Dave Workman Western Washington Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Another F&F ‘bombshell’ and a familiar name rises to surface

    While Congressional and public attention is focused on Monday’s revelation that taxpayer money was used to purchase several, AK-style firearms that were subsequently allowed to “walk” into the hands of suspected gun runners, there are two key ingredients to this story.

    Another F&F
     
  2. Private R Wiggum

    Private R Wiggum RCMP Barracks Member

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    wow... just wow.
     
  3. Spray-n-pray

    Spray-n-pray Battle Ground Moderator Staff Member

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    Well, where else was the government supposed to get money? Of course it was taxpayer dollars.
     
  4. Private R Wiggum

    Private R Wiggum RCMP Barracks Member

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    The only way to track those AK's and AR's purposefully smuggled across the border is literally from a bust and a seizure. I seriously doubt ballistic forensics yielded anything worthy of tracking (correct me if I'm wrong) in this convoluted case. And no those guns did not have GPS tracking devices attached to them, let alone a RFID tag. HAHAHA... Just the serial numbers on them and uhhh... that's it.

    Obviously this was done for a purpose, some plausible agendas as suggested in this well thought out [THREAD HERE]. It's no theory, it's a conspiracy.

    sigh...

    "wow... just wow."

    meaning people like this are still being paid for by taxpayers:

    “I don’t know what all the issues are but we are all adults, we are all professionals, and we have a (sic) exciting opportunity to use the biggest tool in our law enforcement tool box. If you don’t think this is fun you’re in the wrong line of work – period! This is the pinnacle of domestic U.S. law enforcement techniques. After this the tool bag is empty. Maybe the Maricopa County Jail is hiring detention officers and you can get paid $30,000 (instead of $100,000) to serve lunch to inmates all day…We need to get over this bump in the road once and for all and get on with the mission at hand. This can be the most fun you have with ATF, the only one limiting the amount of fun we have is you!”—e-mail from David J. Voth, group supervisor, Phoenix Group VII of the ATF.