SHOCKER: ATF Violated Bodycam Policy In Deadly Raid On Airport Executive

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➡ The Arkansas senators are putting pressure on the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) over a raid that resulted in the death of Brian Malinowski. The ATF is being criticized for not following their own rules about wearing body cameras during the raid. The senators are demanding a full explanation and disclosure of the events surrounding this tragedy. The article also mentions a promotion by Sportsman’s Guide, an outdoor gear company, and encourages readers to subscribe to the channel for more updates on the case and Second Amendment news.

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Well, it seems the ATF is under a little pressure from both senators from Arkansas on the raid that they basically murdered Brian Malinowski in. Let’s talk about it, because I told you I would keep you up to date with everything that unfolds from this case because I think it’s important and I hope the ATF gets held accountable. But we know the chances of that are that much, just about that much.

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Thank you, sportsman’s guide. Appreciate you. All right, so let’s get into this. I want to show you something that came out yesterday from Senator Tom Cotton, and we’ll see what you think after I read it to you. Now, it’s technically a joint statement between Senators Tom Cotton and Senator John Boozman. And Senator Cotton said, the Department of Justice confirmed to me and John Boozman last night that the ATF agents involved in the execution of a search warrant of the home of Brian Malinowski weren’t wearing body cameras.

We will continue to press the department to explain how this violation of its own policy could have happened and to disclose the full circumstances of this tragedy. Mister Malinowski’s family and the public have a right to a full accounting of the facts. So. Shocker. Surprised? Sorry. Not sorry. ATF, I guess. Yeah. The ATF violated its own policy on body cams. They also covered up his camera as they approached his front door, which if somebody hits my, you know, rings my doorbell or whatever or sets it off, the first thing I do is look at it so I can see if it’s friend or foe and then act accordingly.

I’m sure Brian Malinowski was no different. Remember, he’s being charged with basically legally purchasing firearms. But where he screwed up is that he sold them faster than the federal government prefers he does. Now. What those people he bought that bought those from him, some of those weren’t on the up and up with Malinowski. And, you know, he would have had to atoned for that because he checked off on the unconstitutional 4473 that those guns were for him, and some of them were sold within 24 hours.

But there’s no need to murder this man over it. They could have done many things. They could have got him at work, pulled him over, stopped him at one of the gun shows. They tracked, tracked him to. They had a tracker on his vehicle, all kinds of things. So I went in to the Google machine, and I found the ATF’s policy on body cams. Check it out. It’s ATF order 3020.

4. And the department established this order June 2 of 2022, and it’s due for renewal June 2 of 2027. And we’ll go down to six. It says, use of body worn cameras during federal task force operations, a unless subject to specific exceptions below. Tfos. That’s task force operators employed by ATF that mandate the use of body worn cameras on federal task forces may wear and activate their recording equipment for the purpose of recording their actions during task force operations only.

During, one, a pre planned attempt to serve an arrest warrant or other pre planned arrest. Two, the execution of a search warrant. Well, that’s here. Tfos are authorized to activate their body worn cameras upon approaching a subject or premises and must deactivate their body worn camera when the scene is secured, as determined by a federal supervisor on the scene as designated by the ATF Zero 3210 operational plan.

For purposes of this policy, the term secured means that the scene is safe and under law enforcement control. Now, what are some of the exceptions? B if there are unanticipated interactions with the public or other exigent circumstances, such as contentious or violent interactions that could lead to the use of force, TFO’s will, if and when it’s safe to do so, reactivate their body worm cam either before, during, or after pre planned arrest or execution of a search warrant.

Well, that doesn’t apply here because it said an unanticipated interaction. They totally anticipated kicking this dude’s door down at 06:03 a. m. And scaring the bewilderment out of him, startling him, which his family believes he Mister Malinowski was believing that were that that was an intruder and acted accordingly to save him and his wife. Shootout ensued. ATF agent was shot. Malinowski was shot in the head where he went to the hospital and later died.

This doesn’t apply. See, in the event circumstances arise requiring additional law enforcement assistance to secure the scene, the TFO will end body worn cam recording when relieved from the scene by another law enforcement agency, meaning local PD has control. Local PD, their cameras would be primary. Doesn’t apply here either. D tfos are prohibited from recording one undercover personnel, two confidential informants or confidential sources, three on scene witnesses interviews prior to or after the operation four personnel using specialized or sensitive investigative techniques or equipment, or five on scene actions by any non law enforcement persons who are assisting law enforcement personnel prior to or after the operation.

Doesn’t apply here either. Tfo’s are prohibited from activating the BWC if the TFO is using specialized or sensitive investigative techniques, operating in a sensitive area or working in an undercover or covert status on behalf of the federal task force or ATF again, does not apply in this situation. F subject to the discretion of ATF, tfos generally will not use their bwcs to record any activities related to investigations involving public corruption, medical facilities, national security, or other sensitive investigations.

Again, does not apply here. ATFs policy permitting the limited use of body worn cams on task forces does not apply to highly specialized or sensitive operations or groups as determined by ATF. And finally, h authorization procedures for Tfoed BWC use must be consistent with any policy or procedure established by ATF. Specifically, blah blah blah, blah blah. So ATF violated their own policy. Shocker now, what will the senators do other than, will they do anything other than, you know, bang the drums, bang their fists, and maybe send a letter that will do nothing? We’ll see.

But I wanted to bring you this most recent situation that came out where ATF now was not wearing body cam body cameras during the assassination raid of Brian Malinowski. Let me know you guys and gals think down below. And I know ATF watches my videos. If you guys and gals have the balls to do it, maybe force the people in your department to do what’s right. Or be a whistleblower and make them do what’s right.

You took an oath to the constitution, not to tyrants. You know, going in the way you did was going to elicit two responses. One of them would result the way it did. And there are many other ways to avoid that scenario. We both know that maybe be the bigger man, be the bigger woman, and help America fix itself from within. We’ll see. Guys and gals appreciate each and every single one of you.

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