Skip to comments.Shipley documents point to more government-sanctioned gunwalking
Posted on 08/15/2012 8:02:28 PM PDT by marktwain
Documents made available to Gun Rights Examiner this week from a source close to the case of FBI agent John Shipley, convicted of dealing in firearms without a license, bolster defense claims that he was merely an active collector, and further reveal evidence of guns being smuggled to Mexico following ATF-directed deals by suspects under extended surveillance. A mysterious receipt for a gun sale to a Mexican resident, reports of investigation that include suspect interviews, trial transcripts, government press releases, Mexico weapons recovery pictures and the indictment of a trafficking suspect all lend credible support to concerns that the government itself engaged in wrongdoing.
The volume of documents and the many dimensions they contain preclude effectively presenting and analyzing their contents in one report, so they will be broken down into a series of exclusive installments to be presented in this column for the remainder of the week.
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
Gunwalker / Murdergate ping.
The list, Ping
Let me know if you would like to be on or off the ping list
Holder stuffed into a bag!
Said bag thrown across USA/Mexican Border to Mexican officials.
Who starts talking first? ....................................... FRegards
Much more from David Codrea. Ping.
As long as no one give them metal knives and forks while dining with him it’ll be OK.
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