ATF and FBI alleged forging Firearms Licenses

A man identifying himself as Wesley Felix alleges that the ATF forged papers to use his FFL license in the fast and furious gun running scandal that exploded in 2012. If true, these reports could constitute huge criminal charges for federal employees involved at the time.

The Fast and Furious program was an operation run by the ATF from 2006 through 2011. This program sold millions of FFL firearms to drug cartels. While the idea was to eventually identify and catch those purchasing firearms, the program rarely worked and guns continued to stay circulating. Nearly 170 murder scenes have been connected to weapons from the Fast and Furious program. Many of the arms dealt to cartels by the ATF were highly restricted. Weapons such as anti-aircraft guns and grenade launchers were sold to drug cartels without a second thought.

Felix claims that the ATF used fraudulent means to transfer nearly 1890 guns to Julie Shields. Shields never had an FFL license, and should not have been able to own the weapons. He also claims that the ATF stole his log book containing the serial numbers for the guns. He also claims that the ATF pressured Wells Fargo to stop sending bank records after they forged checks in his name.

Wesley has amassed quite a number of documents to support his claims. Those interested in viewing them should check out his twitter page (archive).

Posted on: 2018-01-03 17:27:53