Trump Has Already Done Something For Former Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s Family That Obama Didn’t Do In 6 Years

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Another fugitive in the six man team of outlaws responsible for the deaths of Border Agent Brian Terry was captured on the Mexican side of the southern border of the United States, and when extradited, faces federal prosecution in America courts.

In 2010, Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes was a member of what is referred to as a “rip-off crew” based on the fact that they would rob members of drug cartels as they crossed into the United States.

It was on a ranch in Arizona that this small gang of thieves was confronted by the United States Border Patrol, and the subsequent gunfight left Agent Terry fatally wounded.

Recovered at the scene of the crime were weapons that were believed to have been a part of a gun-walking scheme hatched by the Obama administration known as Fast and Furious.

Fast and Furious was designed to allow guns to be sold to known criminals at designated Phoenix gun shops with the hopes of tracking those weapons when they made their way into Mexico.

However, it wasn’t long before the administration realized that it had lost track of nearly 1,400 firearms, and that it had armed drug cartel members with American firearms.

The entire matter became one of over a dozen scandals that the administration was involved in, and was also the scandal that led to Attorney General Eric Holder being held in contempt of Congress when he refused to cooperate with the investigation.

Osorio-Arellanes becomes number five of the captured members of the rip-off crew, with four others already convicted of crimes including first degree murder and robbery.

The final member of the crew, Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, is still on the run, and is being sought by law enforcement officers.

Share this if you are grateful that the Trump administration is serious about restoring law and order along the southern border.


Source: Conservative Tribune

Source: Fox News

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