Documents received and analyzed by Gun Rights Examiner this week continue to add credibility to the claims of John Shipley, an FBI agent convicted of dealing in firearms without a license who has insisted throughout his legal ordeal that he was merely an active collector. Reports of Investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, in which they interviewed then-suspect Jonatan Lopez, a Juarez, CH, resident who purchased a Barrett .50 caliber rifle that was later recovered in Mexico, provide significant corroborating details. The rifle had been previously owned by Shipley, but was sold by him to a former deputy sheriff who then sold it to Lopez, in a deal evidently brokered by an El Paso Federal Firearms Licensee.
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Friday, August 17, 2012
David Codrea Exclusive: Reports point to ATF oversight and authorization of illegal rifle sale.
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I forget offhand what that old bat`s name is , but there was a " Representative of the People " ( ha,ha ) complaining a few week`s ago about these 50 cal.`s being available to the public.Evidently when one of " their own " loses track of one that eventually turn`s up in the hand`s REAL terrorist`s it`s not a problem.
"Evidently when one of " their own " loses track of one that eventually turn`s up in the hand`s REAL terrorist`s it`s not a problem."
Q: So what in a sense you’re saying is that there are certain situations…where the president can decide that it’s in the best interests of the nation or something, and do something illegal.
NIXON: Well, when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal.
Q: By definition.
NIXON: Exactly, exactly.
As Orwell said, in the farmyard, all of the animals are equal. But some of the animals are more equal than the others.
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