The day after a high-ranking Justice Department official blasted former Arizona U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke for lying about one memo leaked to a reporter, Burke committed an even worse leak.
That's just one damning finding in a U.S. Inspector General report about the actions of Burke in the Fast and ... More >>
One of five men charged in the 2010 shooting death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry pleaded guilty today to first-degree murder.Three of the four other people charged in Terry's death -- which has been linked to the "Fast and Furious" operation -- are still fugitives, while another was arrest ... More >>
A U.S. Border Patrol agent was killed and another one was wounded in a shooting this morning near Bisbee.The agents were stationed at the Border Patrol station in Naco, which is named after slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
You probably could've seen this coming, but Governor Jan Brewer just couldn't issue a comment on the killing of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie without mentioning President Obama or his administration.While most public officials remained cordial with their remarks (for example, Attorney Gener ... More >>
As has been the case with much of the timeline in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives "Fast and Furious" operation, the details just seem to get worse.This time, Univision claims it has linked 57 guns from Mexican crime scenes to the "Fast and Furious" operation -- 57 weapons tha ... More >>
The Justice Department's inspector general has released the agency's novel-length report on the "Fast and Furious" gunwalking scandal, which mostly calls out the ATF's Phoenix office and the U.S. Attorney's Office of Arizona for the botched operation.Attorney General Eric Holder released a statement ... More >>
See also: Top ATF Officials in Phoenix Replaced in Wake of "Gunwalking" Scandal
See also: "Fast and Furious" Guns Tracked to More Violent Crimes in ArizonaA trio of Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives managers formerly in the Phoenix office are reportedly being singled out for blame ... More >>
See also: Fast and Furious Connection Not Ruled Out in Found Assault Rifles, Says Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada
The ATF sent two agents to Santa Cruz County yesterday after the sheriff there said he hadn't "discounted the possibility" that rusty rifles found in the desert were tied t ... More >>
Paul Babeu: I don't trust the feds.Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu says he hasn't had a chance to read the U.S. Department of Justice's report on Joe Arpaio's committing some of the worst acts of racial profiling in U.S. history, but that isn't stopping him from chiming in and bashing the f ... More >>
Former Arizona U.S. Attorney Paul Charlton says he trusted the word of a federal firearms officials who told him in 2006 that a gunwalking operation wouldn't result in missing weapons.The President Bush-era operation, known as Wide Receiver, reportedly lost about 400 guns in a m ... More >>
United States House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith wrote a letter to President Barack Obama today asking that he appoint a special counsel to investigate whether Attorney General Eric Holder lied when he testified before Congress about "Operation Fast and Furious," the Bureau of Alcohol ... More >>
Brian Terry was shot and killed in southeastern Arizona on December 14.
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley accuses the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives of instructing Arizona gun dealers to sell firearms that eventually landed in the hands of Mexican drug cartels -- a stra ... More >>
Brian Terry was shot and killed on December 14.A total of six people are in custody in connection with last month's fatal shooting of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, but none have been charged with Terry's death, according to local media reports.The Arizona Daily Star reported that Ray Kondo, as ... More >>
Janet Napolitano says the murder of a border patrol agent doesn't mean drug violence is "rampant" along the U.S./ Mexico border.
Following the tragic murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry last week by a suspected "rip crew" near Nogales, U.S. Homeland Security Chief ... More >>
Border Patrol Brian A. Terry died in a gunbattle with desert banditsU.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry was in the desert canyons of southeastern Arizona on Tuesday hunting down bajadores, or bandits, who lurk in the shadows and prey on the illegal border-crossers.Terry, 40, was shot and kill ... More >>
www.jetdesigns.comA U.S. Border Patrol agent was fatally shot while on patrol near Nogales Tuesday night.Authorities investigating the shooting aren't saying much about it at this point, only that the agent, 40-year-old Brian Terry, was killed about 11 p.m. yesterday near Peck Canyon while on pat ... More >>