24 June 2012

If He Doesn't Know, Why Doesn't He Want To?

Juan Williams On Brian Terry's Death: Hey, People Die

Yes, Juan said it on on Fox. Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/Gi-hIC7pvX8. He is despicable.

Before getting into this story, I noticed today that ICE Agent Jaime Zapata has a page dedicated to his story on Wikipedia. Border Patrol Agent and former U.S. Marine Brian Terry does not.
To find Terry, you must log-on to a Wikipedia page titled “ATF Gun Walking Scandal.” I believe I have seen a Brian Terry Wiki page in the past. Have you? If so, he has been disappeared again. 
The family of Jaime Zapata has filed a wrongful death suit against “the Justice Dept. and other federal agencies” for the death of Zapata by a gun the ATF illegally allowed into Mexico. How much the family is suing for is not mentioned in Sharyl Attkisson’s story at CBS News.
The family of Brian Terry filed a $25 Million wrongful death suit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) and Lone Wolf Trading Company, which they allege sold “hundreds of weapons” to straw purchasers” and “realized hundreds of thousands of dollars in profits” from doing so. Perhaps a suit against the DOJ will be forthcoming from the Terry family.

Brian Terry – Jaime Zapata
I have an alleged transcript of the owner (or someone) of Lone Wolf Trading Company talking to an ATF Agent about the weapons that came from his store, and a third weapon that was found at the scene of Terry’s death. Read it here. Katie Pavlich at Townhall has another alleged transcript of Lone Wolf talking to an ATF agent, and he isn’t happy about whistleblower, Federal Agent, John Dodson, who is a hero in my opin...
Jaime Zapata died on February 15, 2011 at the age of 32 after being shot dead by Mexico’s vicious Los Zetas cartel in San Luis Potosi, Mexico where he was on duty as an Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Agent (ICE, a Homeland Security agency). The gun used was smuggled into Mexico from Dallas, Texas by a straw purchaser (someone who buys or provides a service on behalf of another person who cannot gain the item or service himself/herself) whom the ATF was well aware of. In other words, the AFT knew the straw purchaser, how he worked, and left him on the streets. Straw purchasers are prohibited by U.S. Law. It is unknown whether Jaime Zapata’s death is directly linked to Operation Fast and Furious but...
A Texas man was both arrested and sentenced, and Zapata’s family didn’t have the courtesy of a notice. Understand that: the case was so far along that, at the time the Zapata family learned of a second gun, the arrest, conviction and sentencing of Manuel Barba had already already taken place. Obviously, no Victim Impact statement was given.
Senator Charles Grassley and Rep. Darrell Issa notified the DOJ, via letter, that they knew that the BATF:
...was aware of straw buying by Manuel Barba during a several month span of which one of the weapons found at the murder scene of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Officer Jaime Zapata was purchased. (Read the strange details of Barba’s conviction at Michelle Malkin).
Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry died on December 14, 2010 at the age of 40 while patrolling 11 miles from the border near Santa Cruz, Arizona. Those in power in Border Security had armed Terry with only a gun firing beanbags, while Terry faced an AK-47 sent south of the border by his own government. He was shot in the back. When the news broke of Brian Terry’s death, Agent John Dodson came forward and revealed how he had been told to look the other way when guns illegally left Arizona for south of the border. He said his superiors told him “it never happened.” This was Dodson’s reply:
I’m boots on the ground in Phoenix, telling you we’ve been doing it every day since I’ve been here,” he said. “Here I am. Tell me I didn’t do the things that I did. Tell me you didn’t order me to do the things I did. Tell me it didn’t happen. Now you have a name on it. You have a face to put with it. Here I am. Someone now, tell me it didn’t happen.”
Read the rest HERE and make a comment. Maggie writes that the Obama's should have to live on the Mexican border once they are removed from office and ride the same roads. Sounds good to me.

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