Monday, October 1, 2012

Fast and Furious Update - #4259 - VIDEO: UPDATED: Here are 5 Things You Didn't Know About Operation Fast and Furious - The BlazePreview of Univision's "Bombshell" Report on Fast and Furious - Hot Air (2) House Subcommittee Chairman: Delphi Subpoenas Possible: Scandal Looks Like Coverup - Daily Caller

IF YOU REALLY WANT TO UNDERSTAND WHAT HAPPENED IN FAST AND FURIOUS, PLEASE WATCH VIDEO TO THE END.
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Here are 5 Things You Didn't Know About Operation Fast and Furious - The Blaze - On Sunday night, the Spanish-language Univision News aired a “bombshell” hour-long report on their investigation into Operation Fast and Furious, revealing brand new evidence of international weapons smuggling by the U.S. government. In other words, Univision News took on the job that the mainstream media in the U.S. has failed to do thus far. They also displayed extremely disturbing images of the bloody carnage that occurred as a result of the misguided program. Here are some things you didn’t know about Operation Fast and Furious and other gun-walking operations. 1. 57 Previously Unreported Guns From Fast and Furious Discovered One of the most explosive revelations made in the Univision News special involves 57 previously unreported firearms from Fast and Furious that were reportedly used in a number of murders and kidnappings. After cross-referencing the serial numbers of guns used in Fast and Furious against guns confiscated in Mexico, Univision found that about 100 guns were used in crimes and 57 of the guns were not included in an official congressional investigation. Read more..........

Video Preview of Univision's "Bombshell" report on Fast and Furious - Hot Air - The Obama administration clearly hoped that the Department of Justice’s Inspector General report on Operation Fast and Furious would be the last word on the scandal. which has been tied to hundreds of deaths in Mexico and the murders of two American law-enforcement officials. However, a new report from Univision to be broadcast tomorrow, previewed here by ABC News, may put the issue back on the front pages. One source called Univision’s findings the “holy grail” that Congressional investigators have been seeking: Often lost amid the rancor in Washington are the stories of dozens of people killed by guns that flowed south as part of the undercover operation, and later slipped out of view from U.S. officials. Univision’s Investigative Unit (Univision Investiga) has identified massacres committed using guns from the ATF operation, including the killing of 16 young people attending a party in a residential area of Ciudad Ju├írez in January of 2010. The guns didn’t stop in Mexico, either: Additional guns, previously unreported by congressional investigators, found their way into the hands of drug traffickers across Latin America in countries such as, Honduras and Colombia, as well as the U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. A person familiar with the recent congressional hearings called Univision’s findings “the holy grail” that Congress had been searching for. The Daily Caller also reports on Univision’s findings and the impact they may have on the scandal:  Read more..........

ANOTHER SCANDAL, ANOTHER COVERUP.......
House Subcommittee Chairman: Delphi Subpoenas Possible, Scandal Looks Like Coverup - Daily Caller - Tennessee Republican Rep. Phil Roe told The Daily Caller that President Barack Obama’s administration appears to be engaged in a cover-up of the scandal related to Delphi salaried retirees who lost their pensions during the 2009 auto bailout. “The idea that after I’ve reviewed this, you’re right,” Roe said of “cover-up” allegations, in a phone interview late last week. “This is the M.O. for this administration. Look at [Operation] Fast and Furious: If you look at any of these documents that we’re trying to get, just to try and — maybe nothing was wrong, and I don’t know because we don’t have the documents yet to find out. We know how the procedure is supposed to work and this is a little bothersome.” Roe, who chairs of the House Education and Workforce Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions, leads one of three congressional investigations into how the actions of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and the White House affected 20,000 nonunion Delphi retirees. Read more.........

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