Agent Jay Dobyns has a blog
Right here. He's one of the whistleblower agents. In his case he spent years infiltrating the Hell's Angels -- then ATF, for reasons unknown, let his personal data become public. Credible death threats followed, without ATF giving him any security. His house was burned down, and ATF tried to pin it on him.
He sued the agency ... the court took three weeks of testimony, and has not yet ruled. Here's a news account of the last day of the trial. Dobdyns' blog is more detailed:
"Today U.S. Court of Claims Judge Francis Allegra opened the closing argument phase of my lawsuit by making the statements that he was the "finder of fact" and "decider of law" in this matter. He went on to say that after three weeks of trial (June and July 2013) his assessment of ATF's treatment of me was "wretched", their acts were "purposeful", derived out of "professional jealousy" and "simply spiteful."
Judge Allegra went on to say that during trial, witnesses testifying for the government had answered questions in his courtroom with "less than candor". That is a tactful way of saying they committed perjury, or for the rest of us laymen - they lied.
This was before the attorney's even spoke."
Sounds like the government attorney then went on the offensive... doesn't sound like good tactical judgment to me.
UPDATE: as far as media coverage -- and understand, Dobyns was a lifelong Tucsonan, the trial was held here, and the house was burned here -- the local newspaper ran one article, with no coverage of the judge's remarks before oral argument (which was open to the public).