Two guns from the operation were found at Brian Terry’s murder scene. Do not forget Brian. Do not forget Jaime Zapata, who was murdered by gangs in Mexico with guns from another gun-walking scheme.
A Mexican judge issued seven arrest warrants with weapons trafficking related to Operation Fast and Furious.
The ATF under President Barack Obama and AG Eric Holder ran Operation Fast and Furious as a way to track guns to Mexico. They ended losing a bunch of them.
Authorities found two of the guns present at the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in December 2010.
Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the convicted Sinaloa cartel boss, ex-Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna and former federal police intelligence official Luis Cardenas, were named in a Sunday statement from the attorney general’s office linked to the so-called “Fast and Furious” gun running scandal from 2009-2011.
All three, however, are currently behind bars in either the United States or Mexico.
The attorney general’s office did not respond to written questions seeking additional information on the new arrest warrants, including whether or not the Mexican government will seek to extradite Guzman, currently serving a life sentence in U.S. federal prison.
How about those ATF and other government officials who thought of this crazy scheme and lost the weapons? People used these guns to kill Brian Terry and so many more in Mexico.
How about Eric Holder? I wish every birthday for him to be behind bars and the prison gives Brian’s mom the key. I grew close to the family while investigating and demanding answers about the operation when I worked at Breitbart.
I don’t have much trust in Mexico’s law system.
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