Skip to comments.OIG sharing information with DOJ over Wide Receiver CI's objections(Gunwalker)
Posted on 01/31/2012 6:41:52 AM PST by marktwain
I was invited to speak with two investigators from the Office of Inspector General regarding the gunwalking scandal and general abuses of the ATF and DOJ, Mike Detty, a central figure in Operation Wide Receiver due to his work as a confidential informant has told Gun Rights Examiner. Eager to help I met with them and also provided all copies of recordings, journal entries, photos etc. I was determined to see justice done.
Imagine how surprised I was when one of the investigators informed me that my materials had all been turned over to Laura Gwinn at DOJ-one of the people that was complicit in the cover up of this scandal, Detty continued. I guess that I really shouldn't be surprised, should I?
Detty provided Gun Rights Examiner with copies of relevant email correspondence, beginning with one sent to him a few weeks back by Julie K. McConnell, Investigative Counsel, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General, Oversight & Review Division, in which she informed him:
You may remember that, when we met in November, we discussed the disclosure of the FFL recordings in Fast & Furious and the possibility that the materials you gave us in Wide Receiver also would have to be turned over to prosecutors. As you may recall, the government has the obligation to disclose information in its possession that may exculpate a defendant or impeach the credibility of a witness. Failure to do so may lead to charges of prosecutorial misconduct. We have since reviewed the materials on the CD you gave us and determined that we need to give the recordings and manuscripts to Laura this does not mean that everything will be handed over to the defense, but simply that Laura will have to evaluate them
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
Nothing like a guide on what to look for to make sure your coverup is as tight as it can be.
I sure wish/hope he has copies.
The list, Ping
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Just one more who should be charged with obstruction of justice or interfering with an investigation or walking on the danged grass, or something...
The other op...Ping.
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