I agree with the above.
I think that the registered membership needs to be developed so that it does not come across as a few disgruntled past or current employees. This is 1 of the excuses out of the many ATF Defense 101 includes and ATF management will use.
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Posted 12 January 2010 - 10:18 PM
If the current culture within ATF meets ANY of the prior listed corruption criteria reported related to LAPD, we should all be concerned. We have got the attention of the general public, and select members of Congress. If we dont Police ourselves someone else will. The Deputy Director has had time and has been approached, but he is either apathetic or does not understand or care about what is happening right before his eyes. CleanupATF has sent him direct communications outlining the abuses that have gone on far too long and he has not responded. In the weeks to come, a survey will be posted for delivery to our congressional budget committee chairman and the Attorney General. We will need all represntations to make a compelling case to the media that change must happen now. We will no longer stand by and watch our Bureau be decimated.
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