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Monday, March 19, 2012

New documents show more ATF corruption

In a series of documents obtained over the weekend by the Washington bureau of the Times/Tribune, information was gleaned showing more ATF corruption in the now infamous Fast and Furious scandal during which the Obama Administration placed U.S. guns directly into the hands of Mexican drug cartels in order to create false firearms statistics that would help it make a case for draconian new gun control laws.
The documents show that a top suspect with direct connections to a Mexican drug cartel kingpin was apprehended but turned loose by the ATF.
Hope MacAllister, a key ATF agent connected with Fast and Furious, turned Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta loose after scribbling her phone number on a $10 bill which she gave to the suspect after he promised to "cooperate and stay in touch with investigators."
According to the documents, Celis-Acosta then disappeared into Mexico never to be heard from again.

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