Two men from Mexico were sentenced for the murder of Terry, in September. But we’ve learned that the men who allowed those defendants to get their hands on some assault rifles faced a much lighter sentence. Retirement complete with a government pension.
Tony Coulson was a Drug Enforcement administrator in Tucson during Operation Fast and Furious and worked with Newell and Gillett.
“Nothing happened to them. George Gillett was allowed to retire with no impact on his retirement.”
Bill Newell got an even sweeter deal.
“Newell was demoted from a senior executive service to intelligence analyst or grade 13.”
Coulson estimates Newell stands to make $100,000 a year in annuities.
Source: N4T Investigators: ATF officials in charge of scandalous gunwalk – KVOA | KVOA.com | Tucson, Arizona
Who says crime does not pay? Or for the government, but I repeat myself
4 thoughts on “Fast & Furious ATF Agents retiring with all benefits.”
Everyone in this admenstruation seems to fall…up.
I hope they break that trend with Hillary, but I have no faith in such an action.
Ironically, I suspect if you listed off Hillary’s credentials to her average supporter but obscured the identity of the individual whose credentials you’re listing, they’d want the person drawn and quartered on live TV.
But federal crimes, mishandling of classified documents, and high treason are a good thing when done by Democrats.
Then they want to hold us accountable when it isn’t even our fault.Nice little gimmic they got going isn’t it. We are suppose to trust our government, yea right.
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