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Senator Grassley struggles to get to the bottom of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s death and the role of ATF

Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) is like a dog that has gotten his chops on a bone and won’t let go.   Grassley found out that 2 of the weapons found at the site of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s murder … Continue reading

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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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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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Senator Grassley letters accusing BATFE of letting guns be sold that may have been used in the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry

US Senator Charles Grassley has claimed that the guns used in the shooting death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry may have come from a Phoenix gun shop and that the Bureau of Alcohol Firearms Tobacco and Explosives may have … Continue reading

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