Posted September 19, 2015 3:41 pm by Comments

By DavidCodrea

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Justice for the family of Brian Terry and answers to Fast and Furious should be above partisan considerations. So why does it continually seem like both parties have circled the wagons and we’ll never learn the whole truth? — Photo: Brian Terry Foundation

Agreeing with federal prosecutors, U.S. District Court Judge David Bury ruled on Friday that testimony regarding guns tied to Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking” will be barred from the murder trial of the two men accused of killing Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Per KVOA News 4 Tucson, the jury “will not hear any details of how two guns found at the murder scene were part of a U.S. government-sanctioned weapon program.”

“I agree with one exception,” Bury stated. “I can’t find any relevance expect [except?] if the government should open the door.”

The government’s motion to suppress such evidence had earlier provoked sharp reactions from advocates for complete disclosure on the ATF operation that has to date been tied to hundreds of deaths with no one in government being held accountable. Among those is the Border Patrol Union, which called for Fast and Furious details to be introduced in the upcoming murder trial.

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Source:: AmmoLand

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