Skip to comments.ATF ACTING DIRECTOR RESPONDS TO OIG REPORT ON FAST-AND-FURIOUS INVESTIGATION
Posted on 09/25/2012 10:13:47 PM PDT by Rabin
WASHINGTON B. Todd Jones, Acting Director of the ATF, issued the following statement: Department of Justice's Office of Inspector General (grovel) is rightfully critical of ATF's handling of Wide Receiver and Fast and Furious investigations. ATF accepts full responsibility for failure up and down the chain of command... led to a series of "regrettable events" (bumps in the road).
I have referred the findings of the OIG report to our Office of Professional Responsibility and Security Operations to determine if any adverse actions are warranted. The Privacy Act prohibits us from discussing any personnel actions related to those named in the report.
We are pleased that the DOJ OIG has acknowledged the reforms that my new leadership team has put into place since my appointment as Acting Director
(Excerpt) Read more at atf.gov ...
The American people were the ones who elected this communist as our president.
Along with the fact that the operational procedures, scope of the operation and in-house analysis of the results were entirely different.
When ANT Rat “accepts full responsibility”, they do it with the belief that nothing at all will happen to them.
It’s kind of strange that this thread was moved to the Smokey Backroom. Where is the heated discussion and controversy?
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