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In Topic: ATF Elimination Act was reintroduced on Thursday

28 May 2017 - 06:39 AM

After all these years, FBI has now expressed an interest in arson cases.  No, not the silly bodega fires in which $40k worth of store contents are lost (does that really affect interstate commerce?).  FBI has finally realized that arson can be, and has been, used as terrorist weapon.  A couple of years ago, the same Sensenbrenner sat on a policy paper warning about the potential of using fire.  Imagine three or four simultaneous wildfires across the southwest.  Or imagine several concurrent Coatesvilles (just don't blame the Jugaloos immediately, like the Philadelphia Division SES's and the division's idiot "intel" supervisor did).

There are already internal DOJ proposals out there.  The firearms regulatory responsibility would be turned over to the DEA's diversion branch. 

As for criminal enforcement, any halfway decent police department can do the same simple drug cases that ATF has made its bread-and-butter.  The only difference is that the PD doesn't need a bunch of people making $130,000 and driving new Taurus sedans and Explorer SUV's.  And the NYPD has demonstrated that you don't need an ATF to break up interstate gunrunning rings.


In Topic: Grapevine

03 May 2017 - 04:41 AM



I won't even go into where is the federal interest in this fire.  What disgusts me is the $10K award the Philadelphia Division posts almost immediately.


In April 2012, I was the case agent in the arson which killed PFD Lt. Robert Neary and FFer Daniel Sweeney.





I worked 14 hours a day on this case, despite having suffered a spinal injury shortly before this.  On top of that, my mother died a day or two after the fire after suffering for a month after lung cancer surgery, never leaving the hospital.  But instead of going to see my siblings that day, I traveled to upstate NY to search for who was responsible for this fire.


Someone knows who set the Kensington fire.  A $10,000 award in that neighborhood is like a million dollars to you and me.  However, the Philadelphia Division's "leadership" hated me so much, they didn't want to see me successfully investigate another arson.  Instead, they've allowed a killer to escape.


But now, ATF is so concerned about a fire involving hipster condos that they immediately offer a reward.




I hope all my bosses from back in 2012, who refused to post a reward and bring justice to Neary's and Sweeney's families, have to answer to God one day as to their blind hatred.  At the very least, let them explain this to AG Sessions.

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.