Hoping to chart a new path forward in the wake of the controversial “Fast and Furious” investigation, the newly assigned head of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said Wednesday that “everything is under review” in the way of investigative practices and processes at the agency.
“We’ve got to hit the reset button and move forward,” acting director B. Todd Jones said.
On Wednesday, Jones said there is now a “heightened awareness” throughout ATF over “the appropriateness” of such techniques.
“These have been some difficult times for everyone at ATF because of a case in a division that is getting a lot of attention,” Jones told reporters at ATF headquarters in Washington. “But there is much good work being done around the country by the 25 field divisions that constitute ATF.”
Source: Mike Levine for Fox News.
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