Yeah, go figure. someone who dedicates their life to controlling our right to bear arms, our smokes, and our booze has connection to nannies who hate that stuff.
Fast & Furious, From A Law Enforcement Perspective
By Barbee Kinnison– January 15, 2012
The main difference between Fast and Furious and Operation Wide Receiver is that under Fast & Furious the Mexican authorities were not informed nor asked to participate in interdicting of the 2,000 guns into Mexico (gun walking) where as in Operation Wide Receiver the Mexican authorities were briefed and participated (controlled delivery) of the 462 guns into Mexico.
According to ATF and DOJ, the stated purpose of the operation was to permit suspected straw purchasers to complete the gun purchase and allow the guns to transit into Mexico, in order to build a criminal case against the highest level of Mexican Criminal organizations, if so, then how does DOJ and ATF explain how they are going to accomplish this when they had no plans on working with Mexican authorities to conduct surveillance of the guns once they crossed the border into Mexico or the means to track the guns (no tracking devices install)?
Lastly, why would the former U.S. Attorney and former ATF SAC approve a gun walking operation when they both knew that the previous two ATF operations resulted in the loss of 462 guns into the hands of Mexican criminal groups?
http://www.newsnationbrewing.com/2012/0 ... rspective/
Edward Kennedy wrote:This can all be summed up by the statment, "incompetents in the White House and incompetents associated with same everywhere.
US increases travel warning to 14 Mexican states
Associated Press – 2/10/2012
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The U.S. State Department is recommending that Americans avoid travel to all or parts of 14 of 31 Mexican states in the widest travel advisory issued since Mexico stepped up its drug war in 2006.
It is the first time the State Department listed advisories for each of Mexico's 31 states, including the federal district of Mexico City, where there is no warning.
http://news.yahoo.com/us-increases-trav ... 38719.html
Mexican official: US travel warning 'ridiculous'
Associated Press – 2/15/2012
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's top domestic security official says a U.S. State Department travel warning on almost half of Mexico's states is "ridiculous" and "out of proportion."
http://news.yahoo.com/mexican-official- ... 50173.html
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