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Another BATFE gun operation is under scrutiny

Friday, January 13, 2012

In the late summer of 2010, the ATF agent leading the failed Fast and Furious gun smuggling operation in Arizona flew to Mexico City to help coordinate cross border investigations of U.S. weapons used by Mexican drug cartels.
Hope A. MacAllister wanted access to police and military vaults for American weapons recovered by Mexican authorities in raids and at crime scenes. She especially was interested in firearms from another ATF investigation, code named White Gun, that she was running.
Now members of Congress who have spent months scrutinizing Fast and Furious are seeking to determine whether White Gun was another weapons investigation gone wrong.
Read the article: The Los Angeles Times

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