When it was revealed in December, 2010 that U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was killed with a gun that had been "walked" out of an Arizona gun shop as part of an ATF-managed gun-running operation called Fast and Furious, to put it politely, all hell broke loose. Show More Summary
Obama’s Fast and Furious Guns Still Showing Up at Murder Scenes On December 14, 2010, Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was shot dead by a group of suspected drug cartel along the Mexican border in Peck Canyon, northwest of Nogales, … Continue reading ?
In light of a federal judge denying a request from the Department of Justice to delay the release of a long-sought after Fast and Furious document...
A Mexican man accused of assembling the crew of drug robbers who killed a U.S. Border Patrol agent in a 2010 shootout in Arizona was indicted this week, the seventh person to be charged in the case.
A man charged in the December 2010 murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry has been extradited from Mexico to the U.S. and will be arraigned on August 1. According to Tucson News Now, Ivan Soto-Barraza "was caught in Mexico in September...Show More Summary
Kelly Terry-Willis, the sister of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, is endorsing State Treasurer and former Cold Stone Creamery CEO Doug...
Kent Terry, the brother of slain border patrol agent Brian Terry, isn't shy about letting his feelings be known regarding political matters. Today he reportedly took to Facebook to point out three Greyhound buses presumably carrying illegal immigrants headed North on Interstate 75 in Detroit. Show More Summary
Lionel Portillo-Meza, accused of killing U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in a case related to the U.S. government's "Fast and Furious" debacle, has been extradited from Mexico to Arizona, where he'll face murder charges. He pleaded not guilty when arraigned on Wednesday in Tucson, Arizona and is being held without bond. Show More Summary
It was a bloody confrontation more than three years ago in the desert brush of Arizona about 11 miles from the border with Mexico. When it was over, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry was dead and two weapons found at the scene would shine a light on a botched gun-tracking operation...
A man charged in the murder of Brian A. Terry, a U.S. Border Patrol agent whose death was at the center of the Operation Fast and Furious investigation, has been returned to the United States and is scheduled to appear in federal court on Wednesday, according to federal government sources and...
Breitbart Texas has discovered a Facebook page selling merchandise with slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s image under the guise of supporting the Brian Terry Foundation. Terry’s family, however, says not so fast—stating the page has no connection with the official foundation organized in his memory. Show More Summary
The killing uncovered a botched gun-walking scheme known as "Fast and Furious." Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, a Mexican national, is the first convicted in the shooting death of agent Brian Terry.
Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, one of four men involved in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry on December 15, 2010, will be sentenced...
In a blistering letter to Attorney General Eric Holder delivered Wednesday, Kent Terry – the brother of murdered Border Patrol agent Brian Terry – questioned why, years later, the Terry family still does not have the truth about Operation Fast and Furious. Show More Summary
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) is remembering the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry with a continued promise to seek justice in his investigation of the Justice Department's Operation Fast and Furious. Issa, the chairman of the House...Show More Summary
PHOENIX (Reuters) - A wrongful death lawsuit brought by the family of slain Border Patrol agent Brian Terry has been dismissed by a federal judge on the grounds that a court settlement would interfere with the powers of the U.S. government, which has a...
On November 15th, the lawsuit filed against the federal government by the family of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was thrown out. CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson tweeted: "The court tonight granted the defendants' motion to throw [the] case out of Court." Terry was killed on the Arizona/Mexico border on the night of December 14, 2010. Show More Summary
Mexican police have arrested a third suspect wanted for the murder of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, who was killed by criminals using guns provided by the U.S. government through Operation Fast and Furious, on Wednesday. Ivan...Show More Summary
Posted by Andrea Shea King, Radio Patriot. Twitter @RadioPatriot David Codrea, who along with Mike Vanderbeogh of Sipsey Street Irregulars, broke the story of Operation Fast & Furious, the illegal ATF gun running operation. Codrea reports now that a third … Continue reading ?
Authorities have detained a third suspect in the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, who was allegedly shot to death with weapons linked to the ATF's "Fast & Furious" gun-walking program. Ivan Soto-Barraza was arrested in Mexico Thursday for the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Show More Summary