“When a jury gathers next week for the trial of two men charged with the murder of a U.S. federal agent, it will not hear any details of how two guns found at the murder scene were part of a U.S. government-sanctioned weapon program,” kvoa.com reports. After considering the motion from federal prosecutors, U.S. District Court Judge David Bury agreed to bury the ATF’s secret anti-gun-running gun-running op known as Fast and Furious. There is a glimmer of hope that F&F will get a look in . . .
“I agree [to the prosecution’s motion to suppress all mention of Fast and Furious] with one exception,” the Judge said. “I can’t find any relevance except if the government should open the door.”
If the government brings up the origins of the guns found, Bury ruled that defendants can then bring up Fast and Furious.
Bury ordered the defendants “not to refer to … or elicit any testimony regarding Operation Fast and Furious. Understood?”
Here’s hoping the prosecution can be tricked into opening that door. Because all hell could – finally – break loose. There is a direct link between the ATF’s Fast and Furious program and the death of U.S. Border …read more
Source:: Truth About Guns