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07-14-2011, 08:30 AM #1
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ATF whistleblower says ATF Director Kenneth Melson 'horribly irresponsible.'
One of the original whistleblowers on Operation Fast and Furious — which allowed thousands of guns to cross the border into Mexico — said Acting Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Ken Melson’s testimonybefore congressional investigators on July 4 was nothing but “smoke and mirrors.” ATF Special Agent Vince Cefalu continued:
At this point he’s doing what anyone would do, he’s saving his own ass.According to a release from Issa’s office, Melson secretly talked to House and Senate investigators with his personal attorney present — former United States Attorney Richard Cullen — and did so without the knowledge of the ATF or the Department of Justice.
Cefalu said the operation was never about actually arresting cartel members for arms trafficking, it was about headlines for the ATF and its upper echelons, more budget, more gun control, and more media attention for ATF:
There’s no Mister Big in Mexico, there’s no … Iron Pipeline. It doesn’t exist.From Gun Digest.
When everybody is screaming terrorism and counterterrorism no one wants to talk to anyone but the FBI. If there’s gunrunning on the border and thousands of guns flowing into Mexico it’s more headlines for ATF.
It’s fame and glory and grabbing headlines. Read more
This reminds me of the Branch Dividian fiasco where the SAC wanted to get on TV even after he was told the op was blown (IIRC America's Most Wanted or something like that).
What did ATF do to him?
They promoted him. His next "raid" was Ruby Ridge.
I wonder if he was the brainchild behind this clusterf*ck? Or maybe he's advising the White House?:headscratch:"All right, they're on our left, they're on our right, they're in front of us, they're behind us...they can't get away this time"
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