Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by LilOlLady, Aug 16, 2012.
GUNS are going to continure to walk across the border without of Fast and Furious.
Mexico makes an arrest over Fast and Furious killing
Sun, Sep 09, 2012 - Mexican federal police announced on Friday that they have arrested a suspect in the killing of US Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, the slaying at the center of the scandal over the botched US gun-smuggling probe known as Operation Fast and Furious.
Man arrested in death of U.S. border agent
Sept. 8 (UPI) -- A man has been arrested in the killing of a U.S. border agent whose death led to the uncovering of a controversial gun-tracking operation, Mexican police say.
What are you talking about? She got caught and the weapon(s) never made it over the border.
Wait a minute, wasn't that the government's idea to allow an informant to purchase illegal weapons so that they could track them to alleged drug cartels? I smell a rat in this little scenario. The Ireland babe might be going down to cover the Attorney General's ass.
Univision drops 'Fast and Furious' bombshell...
Fast and Furious Scandal: New Details Emerge on How the U.S. Government Armed Mexican Drug Cartels
Sept. 30, 2012 - Report connects operation to murders of 16 Mexican teens
Now it'll all come out in civil court...
Brian Terry family sues officials over Fast and Furious
12/14/12 The family of a slain Border Patrol agent has sued federal officials over the botched "Fast and Furious" gun operation.
Uncle Ferd says, "Psst - fall onna ground an' bump yer head an' claim ya gotta concussion...
Pistol purchased by ATF agent found at alleged cartel crime scene in Mexico
December 19, 2012, CBS News has learned that two guns found in the area of a recent Mexican drug cartel shootout have been linked to Fast and Furious: One trafficked by a suspect in the case, and the other purchased by a federal agent.
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