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FBI: Friendly fire ruled out in Tucson border agent’s slaying …so which gun fired the bullet that killed Brian Terry?

News from the Daily Star that the FBI has determined that the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was not a “friendly fire” incident. FBI: Friendly fire ruled out in Tucson border agent’s slaying Friendly fire was not a … Continue reading

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Pentagon Fingered as a Source of Narco-Firepower in Mexico

Part of the debate about gun control in the US is the widely held belief that the Mexican drug cartels are getting 90% of their weapons from gun shops in the US, includng in Arizona. I rtrher doubt some of … Continue reading

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The nameless, faceless dead of the Project Gunwalker Scandal. “What’s a few more dead Mexicans in the grand scheme of things?”

This excellent commentary from Sipsey Street… The nameless, faceless dead of the Project Gunwalker Scandal. “What’s a few more dead Mexicans in the grand scheme of things?” We know the name and the face of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, … Continue reading

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More on the coverup of the truth about the guns that killed Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry

Interesting stuff out there about ATF’ looking the other way about the guns sold to people who flipped them to Mexican bandits ..  the guns that turned up at the site of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s shooting… This from … Continue reading

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Grassley blasts Department of Justice on coverup of guns used in Agent Terry’s murder

Senator Charles Grassley sent a pointed letter to US Attorney General Eric Holder on February 9th in which he challeges Department of Justice’s denial of claims that 2 guns found at the scene of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s murder … Continue reading

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Border more safe and more secure, CBP Commissioner Bersin proclaims

The Arizona Republic reports on a speech given by Alan Bersin, honcho of Customs and Border Protection in Tucson on Tesuday: Commissioner proclaims border safe and secure Feb. 8, 2011 03:29 PM Associated Press TUCSON – The commissioner of U.S. … Continue reading

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Dept. of Justice denies gun claim about Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s death

This from the Arizona Republic: Border shootout: Dept. of Justice denies gun claim Feb. 8, 2011 01:11 PM Associated Press The U.S. Justice Department denies a claim that two guns sold in purchases sanctioned by federal firearms agents were later … Continue reading

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Is there a cover-up on Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s murder?

Recent news stories about guns in Arizona suggest that Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry may have been shot by a gun that was purchased at a Glendale gun shop, and smuggled into Mexico while the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms … Continue reading

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Was Border Patrol agent Brian Terry killed by a gun bought in Phoenix?

The Arizona Republic reports that the guns used in the shooting of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry may have come from a Phoenix gun shop. And maybe that the feds looked the other way while the guns were smuggled into … Continue reading

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