July 9, 2011

INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY ON THE ATF’S GUNRUNNING SCANDAL: The Stimulation Of Murder.

Clearly somebody is lying here. At a House oversight hearing last month, three federal firearms investigators testified they wanted to “intervene and interdict” the guns at the border, but were repeatedly ordered to step aside and let the traffickers proceed.

Acting ATF Director Kenneth Melson, in closed-door testimony in front of Rep. Darrell Issa’s committee, said administration officials sought to control and limit his communications with Congress, including withholding documents that made Melson “sick to his stomach” after he reviewed them.

On Dec. 14, Terry was fatally shot in the Arizona desert while patrolling one of the region’s most dangerous drug- and human-smuggling corridors. He was shot in the back with an AK-47 assault rifle. Two weapons that were allowed to cross the border as part of Project Gunrunner were found at the scene.

The evidence suggests that Agent Terry’s death was financed by the president’s stimulus package with the full knowledge and support of Attorney General Holder.

Is it time for a special prosecutor?

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