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It was found that the IRS were doing their jobs
Been answered, if you don't like the answer to this tragedy take it up with the militants THAT ACTUALLY KILLED OUR CITIZENS! - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
"Job Creators" legally procured firearms as an anti theft deterrent for a profitable and popular import business. Are you against Job Creators now Neo? Against small business? What do you have against guns? - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
Specifically targeting people for their political beliefs is not, nor has it ever been a function of the IRS.
Benghazi was not over a GD video, and are the people responsible for it either dead or sitting in jail ?
ARE THEY ?
What is that tripe ?
The FBI found that they did nothing wrong.
The guns were bought legally.
Gunwalking", or "letting guns walk", was a tactic of the Arizona Field Office of the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), which ran a series of sting operations between 2006 and 2011 in the Tucson and Phoenix area where the ATF "purposely allowed licensed firearms dealers to sell weapons to illegal straw buyers, hoping to track the guns to Mexican drug cartel leaders and arrest them.
Another, smaller probe occurred in 2007 under the same ATF Phoenix field division. The Fidel Hernandez case began when the ATF identified Mexican suspects who bought weapons from a Phoenix gun shop over a span of several months. The probe ultimately involved over 200 guns, a dozen of which were lost in Mexico. On September 27, 2007, ATF agents saw the original suspects buying weapons at the same store and followed them toward the Mexican border. The ATF informed the Mexican government when the suspects successfully crossed the border, but Mexican law enforcement were unable to track them.[
Less than two weeks later, on October 6, William Newell, then ATF's Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the Phoenix field division, shut down the operation at the behest of William Hoover, ATF's assistant director for the office of field operations. No charges were filed. Newell, who was Phoenix ATF SAC from June 2006 to May 2011, would later play a major role in Operation Fast and Furious.
On October 26, 2009, a teleconference was held at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. to discuss U.S. strategy for combating Mexican drug cartels. Participating in the meeting were Deputy Attorney General David W. Ogden, Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer, acting ATF Director Kenneth E. Melson, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Administrator Michele Leonhart, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Robert Mueller and the top federal prosecutors in the Southwestern border states.
reply to post by shaneslaughta
Eric Holder will be known no only as the first Black attorney general, but one of the most corrupted, no only he will be held accountable along with Obama for twisting the Constitutional guarantees of due process of law, but also allowing other than the Justice system to dictate how American citizens can be hold indefinitely and be killed at will by an executive decision.
What a legacy the present administration will be leaving to the next one, the president is judge, jury and executioner, thanks to Holder.
Then we hear this clowns talks about keeping Americans safe from terrorist, when they are here in our nation holding dangerous positions of power.
The FBI found that they did nothing wrong.
"Unprecedented, Unwarranted, Ugly and Divisive..."
Some said that even his colleagues has been asking him to step down, but since Obama won the elections for a second time, he seems to have a newfound purpose in his position of power.
reply to post by HauntWok
The guns were bought legally. Were they not? The purchaser had every right to buy guns, did he not? He could do with those firearms whatever he pleased, could he not? When you buy firearms in bulk, sometimes it's hard to keep track of all of them.
So, the purchaser decided to give those guns to a small business owner AKA a "Job Creator" who is in the business of importing a valuable commodity that many people in the United States seem to enjoy. The firearms simply were to protect his investment in his product.
So I ask again, what do you have against guns now? And what do you have against small business?