Thursday, December 1, 2011

Operation Fast and Furious - #3456 - Obama Administration Seals Records of Murdered Border Patrol Agent Implicated in Fast and Furious - Weekly Standard (2) Was a US Medal of Honor Recipient Smeared for Trying to Protect US Troops -

And to think that Attorney General Eric Holder is getting testy about congressional calls for his resignation. After all, the Justice Department has nothing to hide, right?: The Obama Administration has abruptly sealed court records containing alarming details of how Mexican drug smugglers murdered a U.S. Border patrol agent with a gun connected to a failed federal experiment that allowed firearms to be smuggled into Mexico. This means information will now be kept from the public as well as the media. Could this be a cover-up on the part of the “most transparent” administration in history? After all, the rifle used to kill the federal agent (Brian Terry) last December in Arizona’s Peck Canyon was part of the now infamous Operation Fast and Furious. Conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the disastrous scheme allowed guns to be smuggled into Mexico so they could eventually be traced to drug cartels. Link via Judicial Watch. The murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent is related to the Justice Department willingly turning over thousands of guns to Mexican criminal gangs, and Obama administration is hiding information about his death from the public. Amazing.



Was a US Medal of Honor Recipient Smeared for Trying to Protect US Troops - The Blaze - Dakota Meyer was awarded the Medal of Honor fighting to save his Marine brothers in Afghanistan, but as a civilian, he purportedly encountered a different sort of treatment. When he raised objections over the sale of advanced military technology to Pakistan, a defense contractor allegedly smeared the decorated hero – and even belittled the Medal of Honor itself. After serving his country with the highest distinction, Meyer has been humiliated and effectively ousted from the private defense contracting industry for voicing concerns over what he thought could be a threat to U.S. troops in theater.  His former employer — British defense giant BAE — has claimed Meyer was mentally unstable and had a problem with alcohol. This prevented him from transferring to another contractor — one that trains U.S. military to spot roadside bombs.  The accusations could also put Meyer’s ability to receive a security clearance in jeopardy, which would be a major impediment to working in the defense industry following his years of service as a Marine. Read more.........

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