Mexican Police chief killed with rifle lost in ATF gun-tracking program

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July 6, 2013

A high-powered rifle lost in the ATF’s Fast and Furious controversy was used to kill a Mexican police chief in the state of Jalisco earlier this year, according to internal Department of Justice records, suggesting that weapons from the failed gun-tracking operation have now made it into the hands of violent drug cartels deep inside Mexico.

via Police chief killed with rifle lost in ATF gun-tracking program – latimes.com.



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Comments:
  1. Ragspierre says:

    Oh, nothing to see here…

    Move on, can’t we? Let Pres. Snoop-Dog work his magic on the economy, creating jobs and cars that run on pond-scum an’ all…

    Or, we could deal with reality. Obama has killed more Mexicans than Cortez.

  2. Joe Citizen says:

    yeah, like if they didn’t have this specific gun, the poor little drug dealers would have no guns at all, and the cop would still be alive today..
    what lame horsecrap….

    • Ragspierre says:

      Yes. Lame. Horsecrap.

      Indeed.

      The Collective will rationalized any wrong.

      As demonstrated here.

  3. Ragspierre says:

    Speaking of killing people, Pres. Snoop-Dog told us that tens of thousands of Americans would die without ObamaDoggle.

    Now he’s delaying it for crass political reasons.

    Why is Obama killing Americans for partisan politics…????

  4. Pat Carfagno says:

    Fast and Furious as implied by its title was never about tracking guns as evidenced by the lack of an actual system to do so. It was about supplying them to the bad guys, just like ZERO is doing in the ME, both before and after Benghazi massacre.

    Any repercussions for the conspirators? Hell no.

    These people are swine.

  5. Ragspierre says:

    http://michellemalkin.com/2013/07/06/photo-kerry-boating-egypt/

    Reflexive lying seems to be a prime job requirement for the Obami.

    Well. They ARE Collectivists…

  6. Ragspierre says:

    Although the Constitution has no Article VIII, the administration acts as though there is one that reads: “Notwithstanding all that stuff in other articles about how laws are made, if a president finds a law politically inconvenient, he can simply post on the White House Web site a notice saying: Never mind.”

    Never mind that the law stipulates 2014 as the year when employers with 50 full-time workers are mandated to offer them health-care coverage or pay fines. Instead, 2015 will be the year. Unless Democrats see a presidential election coming.

    This lesson in the Obama administration’s approach to the rule of law is pertinent to the immigration bill, which at last count had 222 instances of a discretionary “may” and 153 of “waive.” Such language means that were the Senate bill to become law, the executive branch would be able to do pretty much as it pleases, even to the point of saying about almost anything: Never mind.
    —George Will

    People do not trust the BIG GOVERNMENT model of the Collective.

    Americans are disgusted with the Obamabanana Republic.

    Give us back our nation of laws, Mr. Pres. Snoop-Dog.

  7. Ragspierre says:

    I spent the 4th of July eating cheetos and lighting sparklers with mom. It was GOOD.

    Pres Snoop Dog made it worse!

    • Ragspierre says:

      Observer/Tex/BooOOoobs/suck-puppet, I really think it is irresponsible for you two morons to handle fireworks.

      Certainly not til they get your meds regulated.

  8. Ragspierre says:

    http://hotair.com/archives/2013/07/05/more-and-more-americans-are-becoming-concealed-carry-permit-holders/

    What was that idiocy about “winning the contest of ideas”…?????

    Heh!

  9. Ragspierre says:

    “…one of the underwriting guidelines we follow for schools is that any on-site armed security should be provided by uniformed, qualified law enforcement officers…”

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/25/empire-state-building-shooting-nypd-bullets-shot-all-nine_n_1830007.html

    So. Like I said…irrational. A uniform does not make for lowered risk.

    Moron.

  10. Ragspierre says:

    Observer/Tex/BooOOoobs/suck-puppet…

    Serious question:

    CAN you learn? How many times are your suck-puppet posts going to have to be taken down?

  11. Steve says:

    Cleveland kidnap victims reveal themselves: Girls who were held captive for a decade film heartwarming video to thank supporters

    http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2013/07/video-three-cleveland-kidnapping.html

  12. Ragspierre says:

    State Department official accused of trading visas for sex. But where in the world would anyone get the idea that Hillary would tolerate work-related sexual misconduct?
    —InstaPundit

    Well, her entire life has been dedicated to enabling really bad men…

  13. Ragspierre says:

    Mom went out drinking with Swede last night and STILL isn’t home.

    What a flucking floozy!

    Gawd!

  14. Mi Lo Dik says:

    I new to country and do not no fast-furious thing. Mr. Rags seem smart man. Maybe he help me lern. I be happy then.

  15. Ragspierre says:

    You haven’t heard about it because nobody cares, moron.

    It is an insurance company. I thought you hated those?

  16. Ragspierre says:

    Observer/Tex/BooOOoobs/suck-puppet, nobody cares about you and your demented parents, and especially not about your scatology.

    Especially…

  17. Ragspierre says:

    An insurance company irrationally tries to limit risks?

    First, that isn’t from the real world.

    Second, they are free to be as stupid as they want.

    BFD.

  18. Ragspierre says:

    Your psychotic multiple personality disorder is overwhelming your ability to keep identities straight.

    Again.

    That is just pathetic.

  19. Ragspierre says:

    http://www.jammiewf.com/2013/shocker-obama-campaign-bundler-avoids-criminal-charges-over-mysterious-disappearance-of-1-6-billion/

    Well, that has to surprise no one. He is an Obama bundler. He will likely get a cabinet post.

    He is, after all, just like the rest.

  20. Ragspierre says:

    We’ve got to have the brightest minds to help solve our biggest challenges. And it’s a reminder that in this democracy, we the people recognize that this government belongs to us, and it’s up to each of us and every one of us to make it work better. We can’t just stand on the sidelines. We can’t take comfort in just being cynical. We all have a stake in government’s success, because the government is us, and we’re doing things right. When we’re tracking weather more effectively, that saves lives for folks who are in the path of a tornado. …

    Classic Pres. Snoop-Dog. Except this was from yesterday.

    Just STFU, Pres. Snoop-Dog, resign after demanding the resignation of ALL your appointees, rescind your EOs, and get out of our way.

  21. Ragspierre says:

    57/35 support stronger border enforcement (60/35 among Hisp voters)

    57/35 support e-verify (64/29 among reg. Hisp. voters)

    http://www.mclaughlinonline.com/lib/sitefiles/National_Hispanic_Presentation_06-21-13_-_FOR_RELEASE.pdf

    What was that BS about “losing the war of ideas”…???

  22. Ragspierre says:

    The administration and its supporters devoutly believe that the federal government should regulate every aspect of everything. They are rapidly turning the federal code into a nightmare straight out of the Soviet GOSPLAN.

    Well, if you combine pervasive regulation of everything with the arbitrary power to suspend whatever law you like, what you get at the end of the day is arbitrary power to say what the law is. So, a tax on everyone’s income, minus the president’s suspension of the tax on people he likes, becomes simply a tax on whomever he doesn’t like. That’s just a dictatorship.
    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/352975/dictatorship-two-steps-mario-loyola

    Yes. It is a dictatorship.

    Wake up, America.