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The 'Fast and Furious' gun fiasco

Monday, July 18, 2011

Mexico's presidential election, coming up a year from now, could easily have the U.S. gun policy known as "Fast and Furious" at the center of public debate. Revelations about how the policy was implemented and its consequences are still developing, but the bullhorn of new disclosures tends to show it was crazy from the start.

Read Original at: The Reporter News (Abilene, Texas)

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