...The wiretap application disclosed that Fast and Furious suspects had already purchased nearly 1,000 firearms in Fast and Furious, that they had not been arrested, and that many of the weapons had already been recovered in criminal hands in Mexico. Nine months later, two weapons in the case were used in a shoot-out with illegal immigrants and the Border Patrol that ended in the death of Special Agent Brian Terry.
Two: Fast and Furious whistleblowers now supervised by ATF manager who allegedly threatened retaliation:
...When the ATF whistleblowers, Special Agents John Dodson and Pete Forcelli, went public last year, Scot Thomasson headed up ATF Public Affairs. According to an eyewitness, Thomasson stated "We need to get whatever dirt we can on these guys (whistleblowers) and take them down." Now, Grassley and Issa say the agents have been put under the charge of ATF's Scot Thomasson who is Division Chief of the Firearms Operations Unit.
Thomasson was also allegedly heard to have said "ATF needs to f__k these guys." And when asked if the whistleblower allegations were true, Thomasson purportedly said he didn't know and didn't care...
Thanks to heroes like Dodson and Forcelli, as well as true journalists like Sipsey Street Irregulars, Gun Rights Examiner and Sharyl Attkisson of CBS News, it will become increasingly difficult for vintage media to ignore the utter lawlessness of Eric Holder and his out-of-control DOJ.
Oh, and as for the results of Holder's "internal investigation" by the DOJ "inspector general", which has been supposedly been underway since February 2011 -- 18 months, or 50 percent longer than the Warren Commission investigation into JFK's assassination -- not a single word has been forthcoming.
Rep. Issa: it's time to subpoena Holder's "inspector general" Cynthia A. Schnedar. It's time to find out what she knows and when she knew it. Or she can take the Fifth, which would tell us everything we need to know.