FBI Allows Felons to Buy Guns in 'Fast and Furious' Operation

Jacob Wayne Chambers and Sean Christopher Stewart, both from Phoenix, Arizona, are convicted felons. Their criminal records include burglary, dealing in stolen goods, resisting arrest, and drug charges.

Convicted felons are barred from purchasing firearms under federal law… and yet these two bought over 360 guns between them, acting as straw purchases for violent drug cartels. The FBI didn’t stop them. Agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sat and watched them buy their guns via closed-circuit TV.

Yes, it’s “Operation Fast and Furious” again. Fox News had a look at the paltry handful of twenty defendants indicted by this massive operation, and spotted the radioactive rap sheets of Chambers and Stewart. The FBI does not wish to comment, but it seems hard to escape the conclusion that federal gun laws were knowingly abrogated so that “Fast and Furious” could move forward.

An angry Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) of the House Oversight committee declared, “You cannot sanction the violation of federal law by enabling or co-enabling prohibited persons, which includes felony convictions, from purchasing firearms. It is unconscionable and goes beyond just being a terribly ill-conceived investigation to bordering, if not crossing, into criminal activity.”

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Indeed. Where do we draw the line between law enforcement, and criminal complicity by these agencies in felonious Federal crimes?

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