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ATF may take action on Bloomberg report

Looks like ATF may be looking into the dealers involved in the gun show bit done by NYC. Pretty clear some of the dealers were breaking the law. Last time Bloomy did this, ATF looked into it and told Bloomberg to knock it off because it compromised some investigations.

8 Responses to “ATF may take action on Bloomberg report”

  1. Linoge Says:

    I wonder if the BATFE will also look into the straw purchases and out-of-state handgun purchases (both illegal) apparently perpetrated by Bloomy’s hired cronies.

  2. ALEXISTAN Says:

    Exactly right, Linoge. These are proxy purchases.

  3. wizardpc Says:

    I emailed the Nashville Division Office on Thursday to ask them if they were going to enforce the law on straw purchases.

    Not holding my breath on a response.

  4. Tom Says:

    what about potential wiretapping law violations? How about the conspiracy and RICO laws?

    Since bloomturd is only the mayor of a city, isn’t he technically impersonating an officer (since he’s not a fed)?

    How’s this jive with sheriff Joe down there in AZ not being allowed to arrest illegals?

  5. ParatrooperJJ Says:

    It would be interesting to see if the PIs used were residents of the states in which they worked the gun shows.

  6. SayUncle Says:

    jj, per their report, they were.

  7. Spook45 Says:

    OK, fine if they broke the law then they need to investigate it and take appropriate action. That being said, they also need to investigate and prosecute the SOBs that perped the acts themselves. They were not law enforcement personel and no legimate placw doing what they did. they should be prosecuted if not by federal law, then by the state of TN.

  8. JJR Says:

    Completely off topic, but I noticed the ATF set up an information booth at the Fort Worth Gun Show this past weekend. They weren’t there when I went last year.
    Most people seemed to steer clear of them.