The Fast and Furious program was an effort by Obama and Eric Holder to supply guns across the border. The program was similar to the previous Bush program. We know that he gun-running was a disaster because we’re still finding guns used in crimes that came from this failed program. Obama is so guilty in this scandal! He will never be held accountable for the over 200 people killed with the Fast and Furious guns.
Please listen to Sheriff Paul Babeu explain Fast and Furious: “This is pure insanity”
One thing we’ll never forget is Obama lying on Telemundo about the program. It’s stunning!
It looks like we finally have justice in this case of murdered Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry…All we can say is that it’s about time!
A U.S.-Mexico law enforcement task force arrested on Wednesday the cartel member who is believed to have fatally shot Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in 2010 with a gun that was supplied by the Obama administration.
Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes was taken into custody at a ranch on the border of the Mexican states of Sinaloa and Chihuahua by Mexican police, Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Marshals and the Border Patrol Tactical Unit.
U.S. officials said they will seek Osorio-Arellanes’ extradition to the U.S., according to Fox News. Authorities had offered a $250,000 reward for information that led to the suspect’s arrest, though it’s unclear if his whereabouts were reported to law enforcement.
A federal investigation into Terry’s death concluded five members of the cartel, known as the “rip crew,” had been involved in the Dec. 14, 2010 death. While patrolling a section of the border, looking to rob drug dealers who crossed their path, Osorio-Arellanes is alleged to have shot Terry.
The crew escaped the gun battle but left behind two firearms at the murder scene.
Terry’s death revealed the Obama administration had conducted Operation Fast and Furious, a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) plot to sell guns to criminals in Phoenix, Ariz. The intent was to sell the weapons to non-U.S. drug cartel players and track the weapons.
However, ATF lost track of more than 1,400 of the 2,000 guns that were purchased and two of those lost weapons turned out to be the ones left at the scene.
Four “rip crew” members have been sentenced to jail in the U.S., though one is still at-large.