Slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s Brother SLAMS Eric Holder

The brother of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry has implored Attorney General Jeff Sessions to go ahead and open the books on his brother’s case. Agent Terry was the victim of a weapon that was provided under the Eric Holder era in an operation called Fast and Furious. That was the operation where the Department of Justice was to track these weapons and use them to track down the drug cartels. 

That program went very bad and very quick. One of those weapons was used to kill Agent Terry. Ever since that time, the Holder regime kept all that data closed up and no one knows the true story of what went wrong. Now it appears that the President may be fulfilling another campaign promise. Here are the details.

As Written and Reported By Michelle Moons for Breitbart: 

Kent Terry, brother to slain Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, called for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to restore the justice system while lauding President Trump for his administration’s campaign promise kept to “open up the books” on his brother’s death.

Terry told Fox News on Friday morning, “As you can see we were a little emotionally relieved yesterday. It’s been a long road for us of being lied to and misled.” He said after yesterday they’re “heading in the right direction.”

Agent Brian Terry was killed in December 2010 by a seven-times deported illegal alien who shot Terry with a gun from the Obama-era “Fast and Furious” gun-walking program. Then-Attorney General Eric Holder was later held in contempt of congress for withholding government documents related to the scandalous program.

On Wednesday the Department of Justice announced that it had entered into a “conditional settlement agreement with the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and will begin to produce additional documents related to Operation….



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