Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com If two federal agencies set out to tackle crime near the U.S.-Mexico border, it would make sense they’d communicate with each other, right? The latest information suggests that’s not the case. Miscommunication between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives apparently resulted...
Several lawmakers are questioning the Obama administration about whether the controversial Fast and Furious gunrunning probe may have had a cousin in Florida that resulted in guns being trafficked to Central America.
Late Monday, the Department of Justice announced that it will begin requiring gun dealers in four Southwest Border states to report multiple sales of semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines.
Agent Cefalu said the operation was never about actually arresting cartel members for arms trafficking, it was about headlines for the ATF and its upper echelons, more budget and more gun control.
Virginia O’Brien, Special Agent in Charge at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Tampa Field Division, ran a gun-running investigation that was walking guns to Honduras using the techniques and tactics identical to Fast and Furious, it was reported.
"ATF served Special Agent Vince Cefalu with termination paperwork today." That's the word from Jay Dobyns, himself a subject of Bureau retaliation, in a post on CleanUpATF.
ATF Director Kenneth Melson, who was heavily involved in Operation Fast and Furious, doesn't look like he's willing to fall on his sword for Attorney General Eric Holder and President Obama just yet.
How weapons got in border bandits' hands 'important,' lawyer says.
The Justice Department is expected to oust the head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, according to people familiar with the matter, amid a troubled federal antitrafficking operation that has grown into the agency's biggest scandal in nearly two decades.