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Topic - David Laufman
"Mr. Chait had no contemporaneous knowledge or reason to believe that ATF agents in the Phoenix field division were allowing firearms to flow to suspected straw purchasers, or were forgoing the interdiction of firearms transfers when operationally feasible and permissible under law," Mr. Laufman said. "Nor did he fail to take any appropriate actions based on the information disclosed to him at the time and existing ATF policies and procedures."
David Laufman, an attorney for Mark Chait, said in an email that his client "has not been advised of any adverse finding or recommendation by the Professional Review Board at ATF, and any such action would be utterly without merit."