Leo Banks, in an article in the Tucson Weekly, digs into who are the suspects in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry:
By Leo Banks
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano’s border strategy is to push as much of the illicit traffic as possible out of towns and settled areas, and into the backcountry.
Out of sight, out of mind. With the smugglers high up in the mountains and in remote canyons, she gains enough political cover to stand up and say the border is largely secure, so let’s move on to comprehensive immigration reform.
But the strategy hasn’t stopped the traffic; it’s only moved it—into the neighborhoods of rural Southern Arizonans, which explains why these folks push back so loudly and so emotionally against the government spin.
Everything is on the line for them—their property, their families and their lives, as they try to stay away from dangerous smugglers crossing their land. They believe one of them killed rancher Rob Krentz in March 2010, and another murdered Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry along the Peck Canyon smuggling corridor, northwest of Nogales, on Dec. 14, 2010.
What makes the story about the extensive criminal record of the Arellanes brothers is that two AK 47s were found at the site of Terry’s murder that were allowed to “walk” into their hands by the ATF.
And there’s even more shocking news in Leo’s article….
Gun shop owner warned ATF that “walking” guns to the Mexican drug cartels was wrong
“Thank God for Whistle Blowers”–Senator Charles Grassley on ATF scandal
Obama on ATF letting guns “walk” into Mexico: “There may be a situation here which a serious mistake was made, and if that’s the case, then we’ll find out and we’ll hold somebody accountable.”
ATF gunwalker scandal … did US Customs and Border Protection look the other way when the guns were headed south?
Mexican officials claim ATF “walked” guns suspected in the death of 150 Mexicans
Bersin blames Border Patrol Agents for Bean Bags
US House Republicans Want Answers on ATF Gun Trafficking Program
It must be real if it is in the Washington Post…ATF Gunrunner scandal finally gets coverage in DC
Mexico questions ATF’s Gunrunner program
ATF gun running scheme finally getting scrutinized… Now there is no question that ATF “walked” guns were found at the murder site of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry
ATF Let Hundreds of U.S. Weapons Fall into Hands of Suspected Mexican Gunrunners…and 2 of these guns were found at Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s murder site
CBS News Reports: ATF agent ordered to let guns into Mexico
CBS News reports on ATF scandal…was Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry murdered by a gun being tracked by ATF?
Inside ATF…an ugly picture …how many dead bodies are out there as a result of Project Gunrunner?
Senator Grassley struggles to get to the bottom of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s death and the role of ATF
FBI: Friendly fire ruled out in Tucson border agent’s slaying …so which gun fired the bullet that killed Brian Terry?
Grassley blasts Department of Justice on coverup of guns used in Agent Terry’s murder
Dept. of Justice denies gun claim about Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s death
Is there a cover-up on Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s murder?
Senator Grassley letters accusing BATFE of letting guns be sold that may have been used in the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry
Was Border Patrol agent Brian Terry killed by a gun bought in Phoenix?