an article on the Fast & Furious scandal that can be summarized as "YOU GUYS ARE MAKING THIS SHIT UP!" Essentially, it says that Agent Dodson, the first whistleblower in this case, is the only one guilty of walking guns into Mexico.
Fortune makes Dodson out to be a lose cannon and the agent in charge a hapless victim. As it turns, the hapless victim/hero in the Fortune article is facing criminal charges -- conveniently neglected in the article. Why do that? Look no further than the articles author, Katherine Eban, Journo-List member.
Eban says that only Dodson walked guns with a single operation for which he procured $2,500 of ATF funds. But given the ATF has acknowledged a minimum of 1,700 guns walked into Mexico, that would have to be one incredible gun buying spree on Dodson's part or Eban is flat out MAKING THIS SHIT UP.
Both NRO and Townhall have take downs of the Fortune article. Go read them. The best rebuttal to any Obama tit sucker who uses this article to say Fast & Furious didn't happen is to ask why then did the DOJ, in Congressional testimony, say it did.