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'Fast and Furious' supervisors were not promoted, ATF says Comments

Three supervisors in the controversial "Fast and Furious" gun-trafficking investigation were transferred to lateral jobs -- and not promoted. That's the official word from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives who addressed the issue last week. "They did not receive salary or grade increases, nor did they assume positions with greater responsibility," the agency said in a short statement. Of course, there are many who ... Continue Reading

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  1. Edward A. Hensley
    3 years ago

    I must express my dismay at Catholic Online News simply parroting the ATF
    cover story, for transfering three ATF Supervisors who should be fired, for
    therir complicity in the deaths of thousands of Mexican Citizens, Hundreds
    of Mexican Police & Military and two U.S. Federal Law Enforcement Agents.

    This article expressed no remorse or compassion for the thousands murdered,
    as a result of this insane "Fast and Furious" Operation, by our goverment. I
    see no expressed desire by Catholic Online News, that any U.S. Goverment
    Agents responsible for this insane arming of Mexican Drug Cartels be held
    accountable. I must rate this article as pure smoke & mirrors opinion, not news.

    While Fast and Furious has done long term damange to peace on the border,

    I wish you Peace,

    Ed Hensley, RCIA Convert 1996
    US NAVY Retired - Viet Nam Vet..

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