By not allowing the truth to be known, and by ensuring that those responsible will not be held accountable, the incentive never to do it again has been reduced.
…the question remains why State did not pursue violations by DOJ – and who was involved in making (ordering) that outcome.
When did the State Department find out about Fast and Furious, and what was the Department’s role?
What don’t they want to share, aside from everything? Scroll through the document and see for yourself how a clear and specific request has been dismissed.
Sadly, Bill of Rights Day is also the anniversary of the day Border Patrol agent Brian Terry died, killed by Mexican cartel criminals on U.S. soil.
Note Massieu’s call for U.S. citizen disarmament acknowledged neither Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking” nor the porous border.
Kent Terry wants to know what State knew about “walking” guns to Mexico and when they knew it.
Will Trump publicly pledge to end all White House-controlled Fast and Furious stonewalling and to open up all relevant records?