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In Topic: Grapevine

16 April 2017 - 03:17 PM

Wow, What Division was that?

The same pathetic office that gave us The Cadillac SAC and WonderBoy.

In Topic: Operation F & F

16 April 2017 - 03:15 PM


DOJ really made sure BATFE had nothing to do with this arrest. BORTAC is more reliable.

In Topic: Grapevine

30 March 2017 - 02:07 PM

Another great story from ATF Management. This time in Lubbock, TX. It appears that one of the young female ATF Agents was sleeping with a married, Lubbock Police Officer. Well, the wife of the Police Officer learned of the affair and called the Lubbock ATF RAC to complain. Well, the ATF RAC did nothing and ignored the call. WHY?

Well, it also appears that the ATF RAC was also sleeping with his Subordinate ATF Agent. The ATF RAC is married to one of the ATF Inspectors stationed in Lubbock, TX. The wife of the Police Officer, after being ignored by ATF, called the Lubbock Chief of Police and complained. Well, the Chief called ATF Upper Management and now ATF Internal Affaires is involved. Maybe this ATF RAC will get a nice ASAC job somewhere. Pathetic, if all is true.

Maybe this case will be investigated by the GS-14 OPR agent who slept with her ASAC and then filed an EEO, and then slept with her married SAC while also "comforting" his wife after a family tragedy.

In Topic: Grapevine

13 February 2017 - 10:03 AM

My old Division has a PIO who's been in that position for several years, although he's touted as one of the best case agents out there. But when he didn't get RAC in his office, which he and WonderBoy thought he was entitled to, he was placed in the PIO slot and has occupied that space during what could have been "productive" case years. He's not even a Joe Green type PIO. He fucked up one interview in which he said "Agents are on duty 24/7" when he should have explained that the agent in question took action because, one, it was a Hobbs Act robbery, and, two, in the state in which the action occurred, federal agents have peace officer status and can arrest for state felonies.
The rest of the Division was full of agents who used their GOV's purely for commuting. They arrived at work at 9:30 - 10:00. They immediately went outside to buy coffee. They returned to the office, checked their TSP's, did some e-mail, then went out for 2 hour lunches. They'd go back to the office, watch the afternoon game shows on TV, check e-mail again, and then go get smoothies. Come back to the office, write up an ROI about getting a lab report from the PD's firearm unit, then go home at 4PM. I was in an arson group. I was out at 5AM at bodega fires. I was out Saturday night when some knucklehead threatened to blow up his mother with a couple of IED's. I worked three fires scenes in two days, 40 miles apart.
But who got shit tossed on them by management? Not the desk jockeys. This agency amounts to nothing because its management is all empty suits, and they value agents who are useless except for kissing ass.

In Topic: ATF Elimination Act was reintroduced on Thursday

19 January 2017 - 03:25 PM

I am going to write my House Rep immediately in support of this bill.