Thursday, April 26, 2012

Just Call 'Em Grenadewalkers

Apparently walking guns into Mexico wasn't sufficient for the Obama ATF; they also walked grenade parts, as well.

In a shocking development in the Operation Fast and Furious investigation, documents show Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents allowed grenade parts to walk in addition to guns.

The emails also show Obama administration officials acknowledging that they may lose track of grenades but would still be able to accomplish their original objective even if the grenades explode.

According to an internal email that was provided to Congress by the Department of Justice and first reported by CBS News’ Sharyl Attkisson, ATF began watching accused smuggler Jean Baptiste Kingery’s AK-47 purchases in 2004. In the 2009 internal ATF email, Obama administration officials admitted they believed Kingery was “trafficking them into Mexico.”

The 2009 email shows the ATF officials had then become aware of Kingery’s alleged grenade trafficking.

Who know what else will be found when the tens of thousands of documents that Eric Holder's Justice Department has been withholding from Congress are finally turned over? We'll probably find out that they've been walking everything up to suitcase nukes to Mexico.

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