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Note: This article contains an exclusive phone interview with Brian Terry's brother, Kent Terry. A full transcript of this interview follows this article. Comments are welcomed at the bottom of this page.
Two years ago, a US Border Patrol BORTAC Team was responding to a sensor alert in the Peckwell/Rio Ricco sector of Southern Arizona. This region was known to have violent Mexican gangs known as RIP Crews. These RIP Crews would roam these mountains preying on other drug smugglers and human trafficking coyotes. Agent Brian Terry was a member of this elite BORTAC Team. Upon encountering the RIP Crew a gun battle ensued leaving Brian Terry dying in the desert sand and one of the bandit's wounded. Now, after two years of Congressional hearings and Department of Justice (DOJ) investigations, we know little more now than we did shortly after that night. Read more »
Today, I asked President Obama to reinstate a provision, passed unanimously last fall, that would prevent federal agencies from engaging in the practice of "gun-walking."
President Barack H. Obama
Dear Mr. President: Read more »
The Department of Justice has finally admitted that they provided Congress with inaccurate information about the gunrunning operation, Fast and Furious, which claimed the life of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. TexasGOPVote blogger Bob Price reported on Brian Terry's death, as well as drew a connection between the death and possible government cover-up long before the mainstream media picked up on it.
Almost a year ago now, Senator Chuck Grassley sent the Department of Justice a letter asking for information about the
Cornyn Asks Grassley, Issa for Formal Investigation of Alleged Texas-Based Fast and Furious Operation
Today I sent a letter to Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) and Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) requesting that they look into allegations of additional Texas-based “gun-walking” programs similar to the “Fast and Furious” operation they are currently investigating. In August I wrote to Attorney General Eric Holder asking him to respond to these allegations, but the Administration has yet to respond to my request.
Full text of the letter is below: Read more »
As previously reported by this author, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives (ATF, BATFE) have been involved in an ongoing criminal conspiracy covering up the circumstances that led to the death of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry last December. Senator
The murder of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and the ATF's bungling of "Project Gunrunner" have finally caught the attention of the mainstream media (MSM) or at least that of CBS News. Read more »
The Murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry - Is the Government Covering Something Up with its Silence?
It has been nearly two months since US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was senselessly murdered in the darkness of the Arizona desert by Mexican bandits. Agent Terry was part of an elite BORTAC team assigned to patrol this region in search of these bandits who have been preying on illegal immigrants and drug dealers. The BORTAC team was ambushed by the bandits and Agent Terry was shot in the back and died from his wounds. Some serious questions are being raised by Iowa Senator Charles Grassley and many others