Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Documents: 'Fast and Furious' guns found their way to El Paso and Columbus, NM

The documents that reveal additional details about the gun-walking operation and gun-trafficking in El Paso, Juárez and Southern New Mexico come from the federal case against the Columbus conspirators, including Ian Garland, owner of the former Chaparral Guns in Chaparral, N.M., and filings in the federal lawsuits involving the deaths of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata and the wounding of ICE Special Agent Victor Avila Jr. of El Paso.


Anonymous said...

"ATF officials said the operation was intended to uncover the top leaders of arms-trafficking groups. " Wouldn't that be the Feds?

SWIFT said...

The fix is in on Fast&Furious. No one can convince me that when Issa secretly interviewed Ken Melson, former Director or Acting Director of the ATF, he didn't learn enough for indictments. My impression is; the republicans would like this to go away, as much as Obama and the pus bag Holder. I hope I'm wrong, but this is April 15th, 2014, for shit sake!

Anonymous said...

Everyone send this to drudge on the submission box on his page. He drives stories on the Internet like no other website - this weekend in NV definitely proved that