BREAKING: According to a Republican congressional report, five ATF officials share the blame for Operation Fast and Furious. These include former head of the ATF Kenneth Melson, special agent in charge in Phoenix Bill Newell, Deputy Assistant Director William McMahon, Assistant Director Mark Chait, and Deputy Director William Hoover.
More than two thousand guns were allowed to walk into the hands of Mexican drug cartels. Two guns from the operation were found at the murder scene of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. More than 300 Mexican citizens have been murdered with Fast & Furious guns, including Marion Gonzalez who was the brother of Chihuahua State Attorney General Patricia Gonzalez. Weapons from Fast and Furious have been found at twelve crime scenes across America, 1,400 guns are still missing and unaccounted.