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#1 Retired Agent Jay Dobyns

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 01:26 PM

I BET HE IS. SHAMEFUL

 

http://www.breitbart...rious-documents

If DOJ is righteous here, why the treachery?  Why the insistence that the public not know?  If they conducted themselves the way they have testified to, that they didn't know and had no involvement, then why the hide and seek?  National security?  Ongoing investigation?  Tradecraft exposure?  Informant confidentiality?  Come on, the cat is out of the bag on all of that.  We all know what the coverup is about.



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Posted 05 February 2014 - 12:29 PM

On February 10, 2014, at 1:30 pm, at the United States Courthouse in Tucson, Arizona a defendant in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry will be sentenced. 

 

It is anticipated that Kelly Terry, Brian's sister, will deliver a victim's statement to the court.

 

A trigger puller armed by ATF will receive his punishment.  Those in ATF, DOJ and beyond have yet to be held accountable beyond transfers or accommodated retirements.

 

"Justice" is only partially served by the Department of Justice.

 

Attached is a "2013 Year in Review" photograph assembled by a Border Patrolman for the Terry family.  Never forget what Brian Terry sacrificed and continues to stand for even in death.

I BET HE IS. SHAMEFUL

 

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#3 Retired Agent Jay Dobyns

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Posted 02 February 2014 - 02:34 PM

On February 10, 2014, at 1:30 pm, at the United States Courthouse in Tucson, Arizona a defendant in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry will be sentenced. 

 

It is anticipated that Kelly Terry, Brian's sister, will deliver a victim's statement to the court.

 

A trigger puller armed by ATF will receive his punishment.  Those in ATF, DOJ and beyond have yet to be held accountable beyond transfers or accommodated retirements.

 

"Justice" is only partially served by the Department of Justice.

 

Attached is a "2013 Year in Review" photograph assembled by a Border Patrolman for the Terry family.  Never forget what Brian Terry sacrificed and continues to stand for even in death.

 

 

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 07:21 AM

I hear that Holder is buying a ticket for $10 million!



#5 VINCENT A CEFALU

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 10:57 AM

REMINDER: The Second Annual Brian Terry Foundation Dinner is less than a month away! I will be emceeing along with Fox News' William LaJeunesse. Get your tickets here ---> http://ow.ly/onsLV

 


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Posted 24 December 2012 - 12:17 PM

Merry Christmas and Remember, THIS IS OUR BUREAU.
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Posted 20 December 2012 - 10:48 AM

I know the Terry family to be good and strong and patriotic Americans. They will prevail. The agency and Departments negligence has been exposed. The system is broken but good always prevails over evil. That's how God planned it.

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 08:08 PM

What recourse do the Terry's have? They have been stonewalled by DOJ and the Obama Administration. An expensive law suit is the only mechanism available to them. Yet, here we have a brave family going up against the bottomless pit of taxpayer dollars available to the barracks full of government lawyers that will be launched against them.

We all need to keep the Terry family in our prayers and send them a buck or two when we can.
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Posted 17 December 2012 - 08:05 PM

Brian Terry family sues ATF officials in Fast and Furious

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Brian Terry with his father Kent Terry, Sr. in an undated family photo. / CBS News/Terry family

The family of murdered Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry is suing seven government employees and a gun shop and its owner for negligence and wrongful death.

The 72-page lawsuit filed last week claims the defendants "created, organized, implemented and/or participated in a plan - code named 'Operation Fast and Furious' - to facilitate the distribution of
dangerous firearms to violent criminals" and that they "knew or should have known that their actions would cause substantial injuries, significant harm, and even death to Mexican and American civilians and law enforcement, but were recklessly indifferent to the consequence of their actions."

Agent Terry was gunned down in Arizona on Dec. 15, 2010 by illegal immigrants who used at least two rifles bought in Fast and Furious.

Those being sued are:
  • Bill Newell, then-Special Agent in Charge of ATF's Phoenix office where Fast and Furious was based.
  • George Gillett, then-Assistant Special Agent in Charge of ATF in Phoenix.
  • David Voth, then-leader of the ATF group that executed Fast and Furious.
  • Hope MacAllister, the lead ATF group agent on the case.
  • Tonya English, an ATF agent in the group.
  • William McMahon, the ATF supervisor in charge of field operations at the time.
  • Emory Hurley, the lead prosecutor for the Department of Justice on the case working for the U.S. Attorney's office in Phoenix.
  • Andre Howard, owner of Lone Wolf Trading Company gun shop, which was cooperating with ATF agents in Fast and Furious and sold at least two of the rifles later believed trafficked to Mexican drug cartels and used in the murder of Agent Terry.
  • Lone Wolf Trading Company is also named in the suit.
The defendants who have spoken out during the Fast and Furious investigation have denied any wrongdoing. Newell and Gillett have said Fast and Furious was sanctioned at high levels at ATF and Justice Department headquarters, and that they turned to the controversial strategy of letting guns "walk" into the hands of Mexicans gun cartels because prosecutors were turning away their smaller cases involving just the so-called "straw purchasers" who move the weapons. Howard, the gun shop owner, has told CBS News that he acted under the direction of ATF agents who convinced him to cooperate and complete gun sales to suspicious purchasers.

The lawsuit claims that more ATF agents could be liable, as well as other Justice Department attorneys and administrators; but because of "actions to cover up their wrongdoing and hide their misconduct," their names are not currently known, and could be added at a later date.

Lengthy investigations by Congress and the Inspector General have faulted at least 17 ATF and Justice Department officials for alleged mismanagement and other violations of conduct.
Over the past two years, CBS News has repeatedly requested directly, or through ATF and the Justice Department, on camera interviews with each of the defendants named in the Terry lawsuit. No interviews have been granted.




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