Skip to comments.ATF whistleblower site posts Fast and Furious managerís OK to work for JPMorgan
Posted on 10/14/2012 7:55:11 AM PDT by marktwain
Why would ATF management let a 'Gunwalker' figure cited as vulnerable for prosecution do this? Credits: US DOJBATFE
A question asked almost two months ago in this column was answered yesterday by a post on CleanUpATF, the website established by Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives whistleblowers to expose agency waste, abuse, corruption and fraud: Who approved double-dip employment for former Assistant Director William McMahon, a central Operation Fast and Furious gunwalking figure, going on paid leave while accepting private employment and an overseas assignment with financial giant JPMorgan?
The approval document, posted as a pdf file on CUATF, reveals the approving authorities were Assistant Director Julie Torres, Deputy Director Thomas Brandon and Deputy Chief Counsel Melanie S. Stinnett. Gun Rights Examiner posted an exclusive report in September presenting allegations that the Chief Counsels Office is still running the show at ATF, organizational appearances notwithstanding, and was later informed by an insider source that report raised hackles.
Word I heard was Brandon and Julie Torres signed off on it, whistleblower Vince Cefalu posted in September, demonstrating the reliability of his sources and insights for accuracy. Cefalu was unceremoniously canned after over 25 years of service in a Dennys restaurant parking lot this week, a story reported Wednesday in this column, a day before Fox News picked it up. A related exclusive story, featuring a secret video recording of the termination was published in this column on Thursday, again a story then picked up by other news sites.
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Gunwalker / Murdergate ping.
You can’t take the earthly rewards of sin with you, but you WILL pay the Piper when the time comes.
This is an awkward sentence. It sounds like he worked in a Denny’s parking lot for 25 years!
Cefalu was unceremoniously canned after over 25 years of service in a Dennys restaurant parking lot this week, a story reported Wednesday in this column, a day before Fox News picked it up.
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With a history dating back to the 1930s, J.P. Morgan has a strong local presence in Saudi Arabia through its office in Riyadh.
J.P. Morgan is the only U.S.-headquartered financial institution with two operating licenses in Saudi Arabia providing access to a comprehensive range of products and global banking capabilities for clients in Saudi Arabia. JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA has a banking license and is regulated by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency and J.P. Morgan Saudi Arabia Limited holds a securities license and is regulated by the Capital Market Authority.
The corruption of the Obama administration, Holder’s “Justice” Department and the ATF knows no bounds.