Everything You Need To Know About Operation Fast and Furious


Univision News Investigation Reveals Additional Weapons Found In Fast and Furious Scandal





An Univision News investigation reveals how the U.S. government armed Mexican drug cartels. The consequences of the controversial "Fast and Furious" undercover operation put in place by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) have been deadlier than what has been made public to date.

The exclusive, in-depth investigation by Univision News' award-winning Investigative Unit – Univision Investiga – has found that the guns that crossed the border as part of Operation Fast and Furious caused dozens of deaths inside Mexico.

Univision News' Special Investigation - "Fast and Furious: Arming the Enemy" (FULL SHOW with English subtitles)



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Timeline of Operation Fast and Furious 2005-2012







This infographic provides a look back at the timeline of events of the Fast and Furious scandal.

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Exclusive Interview with ATF informant Hugh Crumpler from prison





Univision exclusively interviewed the main ATF informant of "Operation Castaway" from a medium security prison in Kentucky. These are excerpts of that phone interview, in which Hugh Crumpler III explains how the ATF contacted him and why he thinks the agency kept urging him to sell his guns. Crumpler was responsible for shipping more than a thousand weapons to Puerto Rico, Honduras and Colombia through his assorted network of Latin American buyers.

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