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'Fast and Furious' needs full investigation

Monday, October 3, 2011

The inquiry into "Fast and Furious," the horrendously terrible U.S. sponsored, anti drug operation that spun out of control, could become all about political spin if the inquiry stays on the partisan track. "Fast and Furious" was the name given to an ill conceived operation by Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives operatives to make guns available to Mexican organized crime. That way, the feds thought, they could find out who was using stooges to do their gun running.

Read Original at: The Standard Times (San Angelo, Texas)

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