The real interesting part is Gillett was one of the people who was allegedly obstructing the investigation at first. Looks like Gillett has seen enough criminals that he understands the "first one to roll over gets the best deal" strategy well enough. Considering he got immunity, I'm interested in seeing who he starts pointing fingers at.
Just noticed that Gillet has received death threats according to the article and according to the latest by Sheryl Atkinson is now complaining about being retaliated against himself.
Wonder if Issa and Grassley will continue to let ATF hang themselves by denying/equivocating on questions that they already have the answers to?
Last edited by Bartholomew Roberts; April 10, 2011 at 03:22 AM.