Skip to comments.As Gun Rights Conference warms, Fast & Furious heats up anew
Posted on 09/30/2012 5:29:48 AM PDT by marktwain
In Orlando Saturday, talk about Operation Fast and Furious is once again heating up with Fridays revelation by CBS News that Capitol Hill investigators are looking at a subpoena for someone who declined to talk earlier, and a key whistleblower is demanding the retraction of a June 27 article published by Fortune Magazine.
Fast and Furious was supposed to be just one of many issues discussed here at the 27th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, but there are some people here who may make it a central topic.
Prof. John Lott, who wrote a blistering rebuttal to the Fortune Magazine article, is on the afternoon agenda. Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street Irregulars, who originally broke the Fast and Furious story with National Gun Rights Examiner David Codrea, is here. There is an afternoon discussion, led by this columnist, on the Fast and Furious Fiasco.
Gun Rights Examiner was in a couple of chats Friday evening with people interested in the deadly scandal. This thing is not going away, although the consensus is that the "whole truth" may never be known, and all those responsible will never be held accountable, without a change of administrations, and a new attorney general,
Fast and Furious was supposed to have cooled down with the release ten days ago of the Inspector Generals report. But Politicos Dylan Byers turned up the flame anew with his exclusive report about Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Special Agent-turned-whistleblower John Dodsons demand for a retraction of the Fortune Magazine article in a letter from his attorney, posted here by Politico.
Gunwalker / Murdergate ping.
“Gun Rights Examiner was in a couple of chats Friday evening with people interested in the deadly scandal. This thing is not going away, although the consensus is that the “whole truth” may never be known, and all those responsible will never be held accountable, without a change of administrations, and a new attorney general,”
Let’s make it so!
There’s also the Univision report that you (MarkTwain) reported on. F&F is not going away, and hopefully the mainstream media finally begin to take notice.
How long is the conference? And do they know we have been following this since day one trying to get the word out? Or don’t they even know we exist? Just curious.
Glad you got to go.
I can’t wait to see what results from the Univision broadcat!!!
Or their broadcast either.
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As Gun Rights Conference warms, Fast & Furious heats up anew
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