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Sunday, December 15, 2013

Fast And Furious And The Death Of Brian Terry...3 Years And Still No Justice, Just Cover-Up From Obama Administration


Brian Terry's Family Still Searching for Answers 3 Years After His Death 

The family of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry is still searching for answers three years after his death. Terry was killed with weapons used in the botched gun-running program, Operation Fast and Furious. 

His murder led to ATF official John Dodson blowing the whistle on the government-approved operation that allowed thousands of guns into Mexico, resulting in the death of countless of innocent victims. 

The Terry family is appealing a ruling that they cannot sue the federal government over the program. His cousin, Robert Heyer said, “We know who in ATF and the U.S. attorney’s office were found negligent in putting this operation into place that resulted in the death of Brian Terry, but we still don’t know why.” 

Attorney General Eric Holder was held in contempt of Congress for refusing to release documents on the operation. House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) said, “We still don’t know why we were lied to by the Department of Justice and why for 10 months they continued to push a false story about not letting guns walk.” 

The House has sued to obtain documents that they believe may show false statements and a cover-up to Congress. 

Heyer said, “We’ll go to bed with another prayer that no other American law enforcement officer will lose his life like Brian did because of the guns of Operation Fast and Furious.”

Source: Fox News Insider


Brian Terry: Semper Fidelis & Honor First

Uploaded on Aug 1, 2011
The Brian A. Terry Memorial Act - HR 2668 - will honor the service and sacrifice of fallen Border Patrol Agent Terry, who died protecting Americans and securing the border on December 15, 2010. Semper Fidelis & Honor First.

The Border Patrol station in Bisbee, Ariz., will be renamed to honor the memory of agent Brian Terry who died December 15, 2010 after being shot in the line of duty. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), Chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, introduced the bill in the House of Representatives July 27.

Our nation's Border Patrol agents have a distinguished history of working to protect our borders. Agent Terry, who served our nation through his military service and his career with the Border Patrol, gave his life defending this country. Naming the Bisbee station in his honor recognizes his sacrifice, service and heroism," Issa said.

"In the past half-century, 70 U.S. Border Patrol agents -- including Agent Terry -- have been killed while protecting our nation," said Pia Carusone, chief of staff for Rep. Giffords (D-Ariz.), whose office worked with Issa on the legislation. "Congresswoman Giffords has led the fight for increased border security so Agent Terry and others will not have died in vain."

Terry's family issued a statement, saying, "From the very start, Brian loved his job as a Border Patrol agent and loved his fellow agents. The new Naco Station named in Brian's honor will serve as a lasting memory for all those who knew Brian."

In December 2010, Agent Terry was shot and killed while on patrol 14 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border near Rio Rico, Ariz., during an armed confrontation with suspected criminals. Prior to joining the U.S. Border Patrol, Agent Terry served in the U.S. Marine Corps and served as a police officer in Michigan.

Agent Terry's murder is linked to Operation Fast and Furious, a reckless program where federal law enforcement agencies knowingly allowed the trafficking of illegally purchased weapons into Mexico, arming drug cartels. The Oversight and Government Reform Committee is conducting an ongoing investigation to determine which U.S. officials are responsible for creating and authorizing the deadly program.

The bill, H.R. 2668, the "Brian A. Terry Memorial Act," has 52 Democratic and Republican cosponsors including principal cosponsor Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), Ranking Member of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

The station, located at 2136 S. Naco Highway, is located in the district of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) and is only the second border patrol station to be named for a fallen agent. The Border Patrol's Murrieta, Calif., station is named in honor of Agents Theodore L. Newton, Jr. and George F. Azrak, two agents killed on duty in 1967, by an earlier act authored by Rep. Issa.

* "One Warrior's Creed" authored originally by Lt. Col. Steven Watt, US Army

ATF Whistleblower On The Fast And Furious Scandal

Published on Dec 13, 2013
Former ATF agent, John Dodson, was silenced by other ATF agents who didn't want his new book to be published since it recounts the details of the Fast and Furious operation.

Sharyl Attkisson Interview on 'Fast and Furious'

Uploaded on Oct 15, 2011
C-SPAN's Susan Swain interviews CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson on the 'Fast and Furious' gunwalker scandal involving US sale of guns to Mexican drug cartels. A US Border Agent was murdered with one of those guns.

CBS' Sharyl Attkisson Opens Up About Hacking To O'Reilly, Says 'I Think I Know' Who Did It

Published on Jun 17, 2013
June 17, 2013 - Full Interview - CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson sat down with Bill O'Reilly tonight to talk about her recent revelation that her work and home computers were hacked. She described to O'Reilly how she noticed her computers starting up randomly at night, and while she did not say anything directly, she did acknowledge that she has a suspicion of who did it.

Attkisson told O'Reilly that while she was concerned about hackers getting access to her personal finances, that information was not compromised. She said the stories she was working on were Fast & Furious, a "green energy debacle" story, and Benghazi. O'Reilly couldn't help but notice how all of these stories were ones that painted the Obama administration in a negative light.

Attkisson said she got technical help before going to CBS with her concerns. O'Reilly noted the next thing to do is "sue somebody," and asked Attkisson who's under suspicion. Attkission explained she has attorneys advising her not to come forth with all that information. O'Reilly remarked, "I assume you have a suspicion." Attkission admitted, "Well, I think I know."

Fast And Furious News Stories
Obama Justice Dept. Rejects Fallen Agent's Family as Fast & Furious Crime Victims
Napolitano Grilled Over ‘Fast and Furious,’ Likens Hearing to Cross Examination
ATF Whistleblowers:'Fast and Furious was to pad the gun statistics in Mexico'
White House And DOJ Participated In Fast And Furious Says Author Of New Book
Rep. Jason Chaffetz On Fast And Furious, "Where are the guts in this body to stand up and demand these documents be provided to Congress?"
Another Deadly Scandal Hits The ATF/Eric Holder/Obama-"Deadly drug cartel shootout with Mexico police linked to "grenade-walking" scandal"
Brian Terry lawsuit dismissed
All American Blogger Home Donate Contact Pelosi: Justice for Brian Terry Isn’t As Important As Jobs

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