Friday, December 27, 2013

"Agent: FBI key in border agent Terry slaying."

A federal agent who exposed the Justice Department’s flawed gun-trafficking investigation known as Operation Fast and Furious says the FBI played a key role in events leading to the 2010 murder near Nogales, Ariz., of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
John Dodson, a special agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, contends that the bandits who killed Terry were working for FBI operatives and were sent to the border to do a drug rip-off using intelligence from the federal Drug Enforcement Administration.
“I don’t think the (FBI) assets were part of the rip-off crew,” Dodson said. “I think they were directing the rip crew.”
Dodson’s comments to The Arizona Republic amplify assertions he made in his recently released book, “The Unarmed Truth,” about his role as a whistle-blower in the Fast and Furious debacle.
You know, if John had worked for the FBI instead of the ATF, he would have ended up as another anonymous corpse in the desert in late December 2010. He still might.


Matt Bracken said...

When the FBI wants to employ a murderer, they call him a "confidential informant." Nothing has changed since the Bulger gang and the Boston Black Mass. If anything, it's worse. Look at the Reese case in NM, where the FBI and ideologically corrupt U.S. attorneys use corrupt cops to obtain useful perjured testimony. Any of the boys and girls down in the fusion centers should read my essay called "Dear Mr. Security Agent," then ponder their personal code of ethics. FBI also stands for Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity. All FLEAs should ponder that, and examine their consciences when asked to participate in corrupt activity under color of law for political ends, such as Operation Fast and Furious, or the railroading of the Reese family. You will be judged, there will be a test at the end, on this world or in the next.

Yank lll said...

For what purpose would FBI use the control of a "Rip Off Crew" other than to steal their drugs for use as their own ?
It is commonly accepted that the cartels spend millions of dollars to buy off influence and power everywhere. Its not at all unreasonable to assume that politicians and feds have been compromised for profit.. maybe Terry was caught up in a cartel op gone bad and they killed him to hide govt corruption ?
I find it impossible to believe that our entire law enforcement system and those ruling over it in the legislative branch and at agency level have not been compromised and bought off or blackmailed into complicity on a large scale. The refusal to shut down the fake drug war and secure our borders are excellent indicators of the possibility.
When you look at how they act towards us and the laws they refuse to enforce the conclusion is simple to define.. I believe it goes way high up into this administration but thats jmo

Yank lll

Longbow said...

Matt says, "All FLEAS should ponder that."

They do not care. If those who gave a damn about their Constitutionl oath, who are patriots, who had any Integrity, were in the majority, they would police their own to such an extent that ops such as F&F would never get off the ground, or at least if rogue ops were discovered would be prosecuted in full view of the public. None of that happens. The "good guys" are not in the majority. But hey, its a cool job, you get to travel a lot, draw tdy pay as well as a GS13 salary, you get to fuck people over and ruin other people's lives, and if you catch a real genuine bad guy once in a while, that is cool too!

This will not get any better on it's own.