In August, one of the men charged in the murder of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry accepted a plea deal and will spend 30 years in prison. The attorneys for two other men set to go on trial this month wanted to explain details about the guns used in the shooting, but a judge ruled yesterday that Fast & Furious can’t be examined in court, KVOA reported:
— KVOA News 4 Tucson (@KVOA) September 19, 2015
Is the DOJ breathing a sigh of relief?
— desert rat (@desertbuttes) September 19, 2015
— Liberty Warrior (@jeffhanson9) September 19, 2015
yeah- wouldn't want any RECORD of the Obama Crews Gun Running Liability exposed https://t.co/b2jqJErNAC
— greybeard (@greybeard411) September 19, 2015
Two of the guns used in the Obama administration’s “Fast and Furious” gun walking operation were found at the scene of Terry’s murder in southern Arizona in 2010.