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ATF, Oakland Police Arrest 60, Seize 92 Guns

May 30, 2012
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Oakland Police Department arrested 60 suspects and seized 92 weapons, culminating a four-month investigation.

First Black Federal Officer Killed In 1883 Honored

May 15, 2012
William Henderson Foote's name had been forgotten until this week, when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) honored him as the first black federal officer killed in the line of duty.

Grenades Found In Marine's Ariz. Home After Shooting Rampage

May 4, 2012
Police found six military grenades in the Phoenix-suburb home of a suspected Neo-Nazi who killed four people before taking his own life in a shooting rampage on Wednesday.

3 Plead Guilty In 'Fast & Furious' Case

April 6, 2012
Three men pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges of trafficking high-powered rifles and other guns to Mexico from Arizona under the botched "Fast and Furious" federal sting operation tied to the murder of a U.S. federal agent.

Fallen Federal Heroes

April 4, 2012

Since Christmas, the federal law enforcement community has lost five heroes. Two were fatally wounded by gunfire, one drowned during a rescue effort, and two succumbed to severe medical attacks.

Pharmacist: Retired Lt. Accidentally Shot ATF Agent Without Warning

February 9, 2012
A pharmacist who witnessed the fatal shooting of a federal agent on New Year's Eve told prosecutors that a retired Nassau County (N.Y.) Police lieutenant fired without warning.

Holder: No Cover-up In 'Fast & Furious'

February 2, 2012
Attorney General Eric Holder vigorously denied a "cover-up" by the Justice Department over "Operation Fast and Furious," telling a House panel investigating the botched gun-running program that he has nothing to hide and suggesting the probe is a "political" effort to embarrass the administration.

Latin Kings' Nationwide Leader Gets 60 Years in Prison

January 11, 2012
Augustin Zambrano, the highest ranking member of the Latin Kings, has received 60 years in federal prison for racketeering, narcotics trafficking, and other violent crimes. Zambrano, a "corona" of the Almighty Latin King Nation, was responsible for overseeing the illegal activities of all factions of the powerful street gang that counts about 10,000 members in Illinois.

FLEOA Foundation Supports Families of Slain Federal LEOs

January 7, 2012
The foundation of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) has set up memorial funds to assist the families of two fallen federal officers. The funds will benefit the families of ATF Special Agent John Capano and Park Ranger Margaret Anderson, who were killed by gunfire.

Friendly Fire Likely Killed ATF Agent

January 3, 2012
Friendly fire from a retired Nassau County Police lieutenant likely killed the federal agent who intervened during a robbery at a Long Island pharmacy.

Off-duty ATF Agent Slain In Pharmacy Robbery

December 31, 2011
An off-duty special agent for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was fatally shot on Saturday, when he attempted to stop an armed robbery at a Long Island, N.Y., pharmacy.

Federal Judge Sentences Tulsa Officers, ATF Agent

December 6, 2011
A federal judge on Tuesday told a former Tulsa police officer that he'd "dishonored the badge" before sentencing him to 10 years in prison for his role in a police corruption scandal that led to dozens of convictions being overturned.

Eric Holder Regrets Border Agent's Killing, Says ATF Link Not Clear

November 10, 2011
Attorney General Eric Holder told skeptical Republican senators this week that he regretted the death of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in December 2010, but didn't acknowledge it was connected to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' botched Operation Fast and Furious.

Top Justice Official Says He Knew About Fast and Furious

November 1, 2011
Lanny Breuer, the head of the Justice Department's criminal division, has acknowledged that he knew about "Fast and Furious" and the ATF's tactic of letting guns "walk" into the hands of criminals in April 2010.

Holder Agrees to Testify About Fast and Furious

October 31, 2011
Attorney General Eric Holder will appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Dec. 8 to explain when he was aware of ATF's "gunwalking" operation.

Rep. Issa Subpoenas Holder on Fast and Furious

October 12, 2011
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) subpoenaed Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday for documents related to the "Fast and Furious" gun tracking operation.

100 Fast and Furious Guns Found at Mexican Cartel Enforcer's Home

October 10, 2011
Associates of a Mexican drug cartel transported an arsenal of battle rifles from Phoenix to the home of the cartel's top enforcer in Ciudad Juarez under the Fast and Furious operation.

Memos Indicate Eric Holder Lied About Botched Gun Operation

October 4, 2011
House Republicans are pressing the White House to appoint a special counsel to determine whether Attorney General Eric Holder lied about his knowledge of the Fast and Furious gun operation.

ATF Investigates Car Bomb That Injured Lawyer, Two Sons

September 21, 2011
An ATF spokesman said he believes the vehicle that blew up was a Volvo, though investigators don't know if the bomb was under the vehicle or inside it. Authorities also are unsure if the device was on a timer.

Guns at 2nd Ariz. Crime Scene Traced to Fast and Furious

September 12, 2011
The guns were recovered by the Arizona Department of Public Safety last year from the back of a stolen car. The driver had rammed two DPS vehicles, after fleeing into the Maricopa County desert on foot.
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