Monday, February 1, 2010
Will the ATF Counsel's Office go gently into that good night? Who's going to be the "roadkill" in Road Dog?
So, I was talking to a friend about the Road Dog case after communicating with CPT Jonathan Tuttle.
We were marveling that these agents (it seems there are at least three of them telling the dangerous truth about the lies told to get the wiretap) must understand what it means to go up against the beast within. This behavior is at least career ending. Yet there they are, telling the truth despite the blowback. They must know that this is a life or death struggle. And it came to me that, for the lawbreakers of the Chief Counsel's office, it would be easier to set these guys up and kill them without too many questions being asked. Indeed, such a "clean-up" operation could be made so that their deaths served the larger agenda of CCO and the anti-gun politicians' they serve.
I can hear your skepticism, but the thing you must understand is that from the perspective of the felons-under-color-of-law, these senior executives of the ATF, this IS life-or-death for their power to call the shots and still escape responsibility.
I know that in at least one case, the continuing attempt to prosecute an economic Waco on an innocent man, their attempts to bankrupt him continue. This is happening AFTER the reported chastening of these mokes by Eric Holder and Main Justice. Now, either this pursuit of an unlawful agenda has Eric Holder's approval, or, they ain't scared of his narrow ass. If so, he only THINKS that he and Melson are in control of the ATF and the agency is as out-of-control as they have ever been.
So, if I were these three agents, I'd be watching my back. It is a small step from powerful people wishing you and the uncomfortable issues that you raise to go away, and the same people arranging an event (that is certainly within their power) to make it so.
After all, if they want to kill me they have to go through a lot of paperwork to justify it -- surveillance, wiretaps, warrants -- and the possibility of retribution of the "One Hundred Heads" sort. But to maneuver an ATF agent into a deadly confrontation? He carries an agency phone and drives an agency car, both "low-jacked" as it were, thus they know where he is at any given moment. Giving them the task of investigating MS-13 could certainly be arranged. No problem. And then, the anonymous phone call. For them it would be as easy as pie.
So say a prayer for these lonely ATF agents. They've pissed off some powerful people within their own agency, and they could use all the Heavenly assistance they can get.