Sunday, January 25, 2015

A "Fraud On The Court." David Codrea breaks most important ATF scandal story since Fast and Furious.

Note from MBV: Folks, this is the most important ATF scandal story since Fast and Furious. Please distribute it to all your email lists, post it on "gun rights blogs" and forward it to your congresscritters with the demand that they look into this. David has been working on this story behind the scenes for almost two weeks, waiting for the documents to be released. Spread it around. It will be another blow against the empire.
Judge alleges ‘fraud on the court’ by government attorneys in Dobyns case
Commenting on revelations about Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Department of Justice (DOJ) actions in the case of retired agent Jay Dobyns against his former employer, attorney David Hardy equated them with “a BATF and DOJ Watergate... or worse,” Friday. Noting that actions taken over a civil lawsuit evidently have included concealing evidence, secret threats against witnesses, and surveillance of attorneys and witnesses, the new information lends further credence to Dobyns’ allegations and appears to show government lawyers engaged in a criminal conspiracy.


AJ said...

I have pretty well given up hope that BATF will even receive censure, let alone anyone in the upper echelons ever being punished. Issa, Grassley, and so on don't care. Besides, even if some congressmen did decide to really come down on BATF, the NSA is there to get the dirt on them and stifle any action before it even starts. Did you really think NSA was created to protect us?

Baja Blitzer said...

Go get em David, Reese family still fighting the same DOJ D.C. criminals, we will show the country what criminals these snakes are...
God save our republic, and shine the light of truth on their darkness

rick & family

Anonymous said...

Forwarding to congressional representatives completed.

The only response, surprisingly, was an acknowledgment of receipt from the office of our socialist senator, who has not forgotten that he was originally elected because of gun owners' dissatisfaction with then-congressman Peter Smith R-VT.