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    Holder’s ATF Likely Involved in Robbery of AZ Gun Store To Supply Mexican Cartels

    SHOCK BOMBSHELL REPORT: Eric Holder’s ATF Likely Involved in Massive Robbery of AZ Gun Store To Supply Mexican Cartels With Guns During Fast & Furious

    VIDEO REPORT

    Liberty News
    Eric Odom
    9/30/14

    We knew Obama and Holder’s Fast & Furious scandal was about to get ugly, but we didn’t think it would get this ugly, this fast. Newly released documents reveal a potentially damning scenario in which the ATF itself blatantly crashed an Arizona gun store, stealing arms to smuggle across the border, or the ATF Mexican drug cartels to rob the store under the careful watch of the ATF.

    The video report below makes it very difficult to believe the robbery of the gun store could have happened without the ATF being involved because the store was under heavy ATF surveillance. Yet, somehow the store was robbed and the weapons ended up in the hands of Mexican drug cartels.

    Pat Dollard has some thoughts on this
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    This, of course, was part of Fast & Furious. As you’ll see below, either the ATF agents either did it themselves, or they had the cartel members do it for them, telling them the secret location of the guns in the store, and assuring them that they wouldn’t get caught as they would be protecting them, handling the alarm and acting as their lookouts, watching and videotaping…shocking…was the motive to pay the cartel back with some free guns for all their hard work and cooperation as straw purchasers on ‘Fast & Furious’?..or was it simply to give them as many weapons as possible, get as many weapons into Mexico as possible (or these specific weapons) for God-knows-what reason?…what other scumbaggery like this has Eric Holder’s ATF engaged in?

    - See more at: http://www.libertynews.com/2014/09/s....AGuOh99Z.dpuf
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    N4T Investigators: Indicted ringleader of crew that killed Border Patrol agent had previous immigration violations

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    TUCSON, ARIZ. – A seventh man was charged with the shooting death of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry. Rosario Rafael Burboa Alvarez pleaded not guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court in Tucson to charges of first and second degree murder and conspiracy.

    According to the indictment filed Wednesday, a grand jury in Tucson accuses Burboa, 30, of recruiting the six men initially charged in Terry's death.

    Burboa was already in custody since October 2012 on immigration-related charges when he was charged with Terry's killing. According to charges in a separate federal court case, Burboa was arrested on immigration charges after Border Patrol agents surveilling a ripoff crew encountered him.

    He was in the U.S. illegally after he'd been arrested in 2008 in Maricopa County with possession of marijuana with intent to sell. He was sentenced to three years and deported in April 2009.

    Terry was part of an elite crew of Border Patrol agents called the Border Patrol Tactical Unit, or BORTAC. In December 2010, the BORTAC team was patrolling an area outside of Nogales, Ariz., called Mesquite Seep, hunting for ripoff crews that assault and rob immigrants and smugglers. According to a FBI warrant filed in June 2012, the team interrupted the ripoff crew and arrested one of its members, Rito Osorio Arellanes.

    Two nights later, the remaining members of the crew returned to the area. The agents surprised them. The ripoff crew was armed with rifles. Two of those rifles originated from a Phoenix gunstore and were part of a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms operation called Fast and Furious. The much-criticized operation was supposed to track where weapons turned up at crime scenes but ATF agents had lost track of hundreds of guns. Two AK-47 variants from that operation were found at Terry's murder scene but a FBI ballistics report failed to link the weapons to the rounds that killed the Border Patrol agent.

    Operation Fast and Furious led to the resignation of then-U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke and the reassignment of William Newell, ATF's special agent in charge of the Phoenix office. Attorney General Eric Holder was held in civil contempt of Congress in 2012 after Pres. Obama declared certain details of the operation exempt from release under executive authority.

    Terry's cousin, Robert Heyer, spoke with the News 4 Tucson Investigators' Lupita Murillo, Thursday.

    "This is great news, the Terry family is very pleased and thankful to the FBI and prosecutors who continue to prosecute this case very aggressively," Heyer said.

    Only one man was captured the night of Terry's killing, Manuel Osorio-Arellanes. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 years in prison in early 2014. His brother, Rito Osorio, was sentenced to eight years for conspiracy in January 2013.

    Lionel Portillo Meza was captured in Mexico and extradited to the U.S. last June.

    Ivan Soto Barraza was also captured in Mexico and extradited last July. Jesus Rosario Favela Astorga and Heraclio Osorio Arellanes remain fugitives. All hailed from the Mexican state of Sinaloa with roots, and some with previous criminal records, in Phoenix.

    Ben Aguilera, who is representing Burboa, said he does not yet know whether the United States will attempt to draw a connection between Fast and Furious and his client.

    Fast and Furious has never been mentioned in any of the court paperwork filed in the various defendant's criminal cases.

    http://www.kvoa.com/news/n4t-investi...on-violations/
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    I'll say this again... do you know/have any idea how screwed in the head you have to be to pull this kind of numb skull S&#@

    How mentally debilitated/twisted in the head...

    there is nothing that can be said or done to justify this

    EVERYONE INVOLVED all the way up to and including the Mentally unstable Barry also known as Barack need to have all of their assets seized; given a government appointed lawyer and put on trial for crimes against humanity for knowingly arming some of the most dangerous people on this planet

    this is pure unadulterated EVIL at work
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