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March 30, 2011

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Thank you for this enlightening post Sylvia! So according to these Wikileak documents ATF is not to blame for all the weaponry used; it is gratifying to see that there are indeed "two sides to every story." The floor is now open, let us see where this discussion leads. I have a hunch we may see commentary from the usual suspects, "Let's get the party started."

With the rapid development of cheap computer assisted 3D printers soon anyone will be able to produce a firearm in their garage within a few hours, no machining necessary. It is what Jay Leno uses when he wants to make parts for his 100 year old cars, and the space station uses when they need to replace a part.

Sylvia wrote:

>> I feel like whenever these kinds of articles are published, the writers are trying to say, "See? The US and our gun laws aren't the big problem; the stuff's coming from Central America!" >

Are you so biased in your thinking that you simply missed that part, or is there even more involved here? In your analysis you all but completely discount, and ignore the pertinent information contained in the cables and coherently presented by the author. Information such as:

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Contrary to your assessment I found no bias nor an agenda of any manner in the article.

Thanks, Fred

Enlightning post. Thanks for your analysis on the subject of the supply lines for DTO's weapons.

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