The resemblance to Operation Fast and Furious is incredible.On November 17th, 2013, in a shootout between Mexican police and the Drug Cartel, three officers were killed.
Following the shootout, the investigation revealed a Second Operation Fast & Furious type of US Department of Justice weapons smuggling operation -- this one had to do with allowing grenades across the border.
Justice Department documents indicated that during the shootout the Drug Cartel members used “Kingery” grenades. Documents state, "State Police received fire from a .50 caliber rifle and at least 10 hand grenades, the evidence of one being reported as a ‘Kingery’ grenade.”
Why are they called "Kingery Grenades"?
Jean Baptiste Kingery, is a bomb maker from the United States that the Justice Department failed to prosecute. Instead, the DOJ used him to smuggle grenades into Mexico in the exact same way the Attorney General's team did in Operation Fast and Furious.
No kidding, grenades! First they lost track of 2,217 "assault weapons" that have been linked to hundreds of deaths in Mexico -- then the DOJ allows a guy with grenades to go into Mexico and they lose track of him as well.