Skip to comments.Reno ATF agents transfer in rift with prosecutors(NV)
Posted on 09/20/2012 4:19:00 AM PDT by marktwain
Four of six agents from the Reno office of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have transferred in a rift with federal prosecutors, and the departures have left the northern Nevada region ill-equipped to investigate illegal weapon and drug activity, a newspaper investigation found.
(Excerpt) Read more at sanluisobispo.com ...
Those that know, ain’t sayin’. And that includes the joke-of-a-news-media we have these days.
I wish we had more whistleblowers.
“the departures have left the northern Nevada region ill-equipped to investigate illegal weapon and drug activity, a newspaper investigation found”.
Oh really? Well anyone of the persuasions mentioned should
be cementing their moving plans shouldn’t they?
So one has to ask, how did the media figure this out, and are they part of the solution or just part of the problem?
So many questions.
From the article: "...pointed a finger at Assistant U.S. Attorney Sue Fahami."
Results of a simple online search leaves me wondering what the media is concealing and why?
I quickly found many results for "Sue Fahimi" and without the time to check then all out, I still quickly found a very notable one:
"Wednesday just two days after Marich pled guilty, a spokeswoman for the US attorneys office announced that the ex- city councilmans ex wife who is also an assistant US Attorney would not be prosecuted in relation to the case."Stole $3.7-$7.4 million beginning over 10 years ago and his attorney wife was totally unaware and without suspicion?
"...embezzling at least $3.7 million and perhaps more than twice that amount..."
"In the plea bargain Marich maintains that he and he alone that committed the embezzlement which according to the document began well over ten years ago and as early as the mid-1990s."
What else would be found with more time and resources?