Monday, October 08, 2012

GRPC Fast and Furious presentation promises further revelations

A series of recordings posted yesterday on the Tindeck upload website provide an audio record of last weekend’s Gun Rights Policy Conference, with a special segment featuring Seattle Gun Rights Examiner Dave Workman discussing the unfolding Operation Fast and Furious gunwalking story.

Recorded by activist and gun rights supporter Russell Smith, who posts online as The Armoured Porcupine, 11 tracks have been uploaded at this writing for the Second Amendment Foundation-sponsored conference Workman kept his readers apprised of in exclusive reports as the gathering warmed up and cooled down.

Workman shared with the audience how the story got started, including the foundational work published in this column and by citizen journalist Mike Vanderboegh of the Sipsey Street Irregulars blog, and told them of his early and continued role in reporting on Fast and Furious, the abdication of most of the press in providing coverage, and the likelihood that further developments will unfold following release of the Office of Inspector General’s report, as well as if the Obama administration is replaced in the upcoming election.

He then introduced filmmaker Fleming Fuller, who shared with the audience news of his in-production documentary, “Fast and Furious: Under the Radar and Above the Law,” a development reported on last Monday in this column, which included a six-minute preview reenactment of the night Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed.

more here

I met Fleming Fuller at the GRPC, and I was impressed with his work. The reenacted gun fight appears authentic.

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