Arrest of Border Patrol Agent Murder Suspect Raises Weapon Questions and More

September 16, 2013

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 suspect has been arrested in the murder of Border Agent Brian Terry:

Mexican authorities have announced the arrest of a third suspect in the December, 2010 murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, Reuters reported this morning. Ivan Soto Barraza was apprehended in Sinaloa by “Mexican Interpol agents working with federal and state police” and the FBI, and awaits extradition to the United States.

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Agent Zapata Parents Lawsuit Charges Government Conspiracy And Cover-up

February 15, 2013

A comprehensive lawsuit charging government conspiracy and cover-up was filed Tuesday in the United States District Court Southern District of Texas Brownsville Division by the parents of murdered Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent Jamie Zapata and Special Agent Victor Avila, Jr., against the government, straw purchasers, individual government officials, gun dealers and others deemed to share in responsibility per the complaint.

Gun Rights Examiner has obtained copies of the Plaintiff’s Original Complaint and the related docket sheet. On first reading, the complaint appears to have the potential to uncover specifics about government-sanctioned “gunwalking” and those who authorized it beyond what has already been disclosed by House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearings and the Department of Justice’s Office of Inspector General investigation.

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Gunwalker: Fast and Furious Gun Found at Murder Scene, Was Purchased By Embattled ATF Supervisor

January 18, 2013

A Fast and Furious gun found at the murder scene of Mexican beauty queen Maria Susana Flores, appears to have been purchased by embattled ATF supervisor George Gillett. Flores was used as a human shield before she was shot and killed by Mexican cartels during a shootout with the Mexican military.

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beauty queen Maria Susana Flores

According to documents obtained by Senator Chuck Grassley, it appears Gillett purchased a number of different firearms at a gun dealership in Phoenix as part of Operation Fast and Furious. It also appears Gillett lied on 4473 forms by using an address that does not lead to his residence, which is a felony.

Grassley has sent a letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz asking for further investigation. From the letter:

Read more at townhall.com … government gun running good, your gun bad.


Gunwalker: CLUELESS Hollywood Libtards Put Together Video Demanding No More Gun Trafficking… Don’t Realize Obama is #1 Gun Runner

December 21, 2012

Maybe Hollywood libtards would like to detail the dead Mexican’s as a result of Obama’s Gunwalker???

This liberal group wants:

1.) Require a criminal background check for every gun sold in America
2.) Ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines
3.) Make gun trafficking a federal crime, including real penalties for “straw purchasers”

Obviously, these clueless elitists have no idea that their platform would impose “real penalties” on the Obama Administration for the Fast and Furious gun trafficking to Mexico.

Nor do they no, you have to have a FBI background check today… to buy any gun.

Maybe a mental health exam would do more???


Gunwalker: Unbelievable news from Obama’s Gunwalker Conspiracy — the gift that keeps on taking. . .

December 20, 2012


Pistol purchased by ATF agent found at alleged cartel crime scene in Mexico.

CBS News has learned that two guns found in the area of a recent Mexican drug cartel shootout have been linked to Fast and Furious: One trafficked by a suspect in the case, and the other purchased by a federal agent.

Mexican beauty queen Susana Flores Maria Gamez and four others died in the brutal gun battle between Sinaloa cartel members and the Mexican military in November. CBS News has learned that an FN Herstal pistol recovered near the crime scene in November was originally purchased by an Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) manager who was faulted by the Inspector General in Operation Fast and Furious: George Gillett. Gillett was the Asst. Special Agent in Charge of ATF Phoenix when Fast and Furious began.

The Herstal pistol is nicknamed a “cop-killer” because of its designation as a “weapon of choice” for Mexican drug cartels. CBS News has learned the Inspector General planned to question Gillett today after a hastily-opened inquiry to determine how this agent’s personal weapon got into the hands of suspected cartel members.

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Gunwalker Reprisal: ATF Whistle-Blower Fired, Claims Complaints About ‘Fast And Furious’ Played Role

October 12, 2012

A well-known whistle-blower in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives confirmed to FoxNews.com that he was fired this week, and he claims his complaints about Operation Fast and Furious played a role in his dismissal.

Vince Cefalu said he was served his termination papers Tuesday in a Denny’s parking lot in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. But he doesn’t plan to go quietly.

“It will be challenged,” he said.

Cefalu, who’s served as an ATF special agent for 25 years, was first notified of the plan to fire him more than a year ago but had been on administrative leave until now. He said officials told him he was being canned for “lack of candor,” in reference to a handful of statements he made in testimony in a separate court case.

However, Cefalu has been outspoken against ATF practices for years and told FoxNews.com that his whistle-blowing on Fast and Furious “was the final straw.”

Cefalu was one of the founders of the website CleanUpATF, a virtual platform for complaints about the agency. He was among the first to speak up about Fast and Furious, the failed anti-gunrunning operation that let thousands of guns slip across the U.S.-Mexico border. Weapons from the program were founded at the murder scene of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.

An inspector general report on the operation released in September was highly critical of both the ATF and officials at the Justice Department.

The ATF, though, has previously denied that it was retaliating against Cefalu.

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Univision uncovers more deadly, heart-wrenching Fast and Furious details

October 2, 2012

The English-language translated transcript of Spanish-language television news network Univision’s special report on Operation Fast and Furious shows that drug cartel leaders orchestrated a hit on innocent civilian teenagers using weapons they got from President Barack Obama’s administration.

The human impact appears to have been lost in translation in the first wave of English-language pieces after the explosive new report.

“At 11:30, I was in the living room watching TV and the warning was a gunshot, nothing more. One gunshot,” Luz Davila told Univision, according to an English language transcript.

Davila’s children — 18-year-old Jose Luis Davila and 20-year-old Marco Davila — were next door at a birthday party with about 60 of their friends. “They had bought sodas, chips — the neighbors were going to make oranges with chilies for them, cracklings, everything,” their mother told Univision.

After that gunshot, Luz Davila said she knew something horrible happened to her children.

“I stood because it came to me and I said, ‘Something happened,’” Luz Davila told the network.

What had happened was Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez, or “El Diego,” the onetime leader of the Juarez Cartel’s La Linea, sent his team to the birthday party to kill what he thought were members of the rival Sinaloa Cartel.

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