Suspect Arrested in Brian Terry Murder

Posted by on Sep 07, 2012 at 10:32 pm

Eric Holder was unavailable for comment.

Mexican federal police have arrested a suspect in the killing of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, the slaying at the center of the scandal over the botched U.S. gun-smuggling probe known as Operation Fast and Furious.

Jesus Leonel Sanchez Meza is one of the five men charged with killing Terry in December 2010 during a shootout in Arizona near the Mexico border. One is on trial in Arizona and the other three remain fugitives. Sanchez was arrested Thursday in Sonora state.

Two guns found at the scene were bought by a member of a gun-smuggling ring that was being monitored in the Fast and Furious investigation.

If Brian Terry was aborted he’d have been a hero at the DNC. His murder didn’t register much sympathy.


6 Responses to “Suspect Arrested in Brian Terry Murder”

  1. Caradoc on 8/08/12 at 3:30 am

    This will make National News…as soon as National News can figure out how to blame Fast & Furious on republicans.

  2. GetAlongLittleDoggie on 8/08/12 at 6:38 am

    No, Brian Terry would not have been a hero for being aborted; it’s the brave women who choose to kill their babies that are the heroes of the left. The babies are collateral damage, just as Brian Terry was to this out of control program of gun walking.

    Abortions may be the vilest form of birth control imaginable, but they are performed under protection of law. The same cannot be said for the Fast & Furious. It was illegal, it remains illegal and we await documents being held up under executive order to ascertain the degree to which Holder and the DOJ, acting with the ATF are responsible and liable for Brian Terry’s death along with hundreds of Mexican citizens.

  3. Chris on 8/08/12 at 8:13 am

    If Jesus Leonel Sanchez Meza was an abortionist who happened to abort Brian Terry, then Meza would have been the hero at the D&C.

    Brian Terry, the hundreds of Mexicans and the millions of aborted children are all forgotten by the Democrats when the focus is on their oversized vagina outfits.

  4. Some Seppo on 8/08/12 at 9:04 am

    The AP story blames Bush.

    In Operation Fast and Furious and at least three earlier probes during the administration of President George W. Bush, agents in Arizona employed a risky tactic called gun-walking — allowing low-level “straw” buyers in gun-trafficking networks to leave with loads of weapons purchased at gun shops. The goal was to track the guns to major weapons traffickers and drug cartels in order to bring cases against kingpins who had long eluded prosecution under the prevailing strategy of arresting low-level purchasers of guns who were suspected of buying them for others.

  5. Dustin on 8/08/12 at 10:13 am

    Some Seppo, the way they blame Bush by linking Fast and Furious to programs that actually involved tracking and cooperation with Mexico is probably the most shameless example of media bias I’ve ever seen.

    But I guess they have to go the extra mile because this story does not present any real defenses for Obama.