Gun Owners of America calls for House investigation of ATF ‘Project Gunwalker.’

Gun Owners of America has released a Congressional Briefing Paper…

Gun Owners of America has released a Congressional Briefing Paper and issued a call for the House of Representatives to conduct its own investigation into the unfolding Project Gunrunner scandal, referred to by this column as “Project Gunwalker” due to allegations about Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) management by whistleblowers that include:

First,that they intentionally allowed perhaps as many as 3,000 firearms to “walk” across the U.S. border into Mexico with the purpose of boosting the statistics of seized firearms with American commercial provenance from Mexican crime scenes.

Second,that they instructed U.S. gun dealers to proceed with questionable and illegal sales of firearms to suspected gunrunners.

Third, that they intentionally withheld information about U.S.-sanctioned gun smuggling from the Mexican government.

Fourth, that one of the rifles ATF allowed to be smuggled into Mexico was involved in the death of CBP Agent Brian Terry. (See the link to Grassley’s February 9 letter in the footnotes below.)

Fifth,that high-level managers of ATF and DOJ are now, in tandem with the FBI, involved in covering up ATF and DOJ culpability in items One through Four, by various means including the unlawful threatening of current-serving ATF agents with personal knowledge of the case.

Source: David Codrea for

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