we're supposed to believe they're honorable and honest with anyone else? Like us or Congress?
...ATF violated an agreement he had with the agency to protect him and his family after credible threats of violence were made. His fears were realized when his house was set ablaze with his wife and children inside, and his alienation from management became complete after the bureau attempted to smear his reputation by maliciously pursuing him as a suspect, despite “two of the nation’s leading arson investigators determined that [he] was not involved."
Instead, real-time leads were ignored, true suspects were not pursued and Dobyns’ telephone calls were illegally recorded. A veteran investigator of numerous high-profile incidents who declared “Jay [is] clean” was removed from the case. That removal was ordered, Dobyns writes, by the same supervisor first named in connection with Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking” and the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, by insiders discussing agency abuses on the CleanUp ATF website.
Also, don't forget that of the ATF brass involved in this(and who-knows-how-many other similar operations), NONE have been fired, or charged, or prosecuted for everything from lying under oath to false documents to violating an international border. But we're supposed to trust them, and the AG who's still hiding documents under Obama's skirt.