Project Gunrunner Whistleblower Faces Retribution

By:  Raven Clabough
06/29/2011
       
Project Gunrunner Whistleblower Faces Retribution

As the federal government faces heat over their ineptitude in Project Gunrunner that was exposed by one whistleblower at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, they are in desperate search for a party to blame. Who better than the whistleblower himself?

Fox News reports:

The agent, Vince Cefalu, who has spoken out about the ATF's so-called "Project Gunrunner" scandal, says he was served with termination papers just last week, and he calls the move politically motivated.

As Cefalu is the man who blew the whistle on the controversial Operation Fast and Furious headed by the ATF, there are certainly grounds for his assertions.

As the federal government faces heat over their ineptitude in Project Gunrunner that was exposed by one whistleblower at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, they are in desperate search for a party to blame. Who better than the whistleblower himself?

Fox News reports:

The agent, Vince Cefalu, who has spoken out about the ATF's so-called "Project Gunrunner" scandal, says he was served with termination papers just last week, and he calls the move politically motivated.

As Cefalu is the man who blew the whistle on the controversial Operation Fast and Furious headed by the ATF, there are certainly grounds for his assertions.

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