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More Fast And Really Furious

Just in case you missed coverage of this on the news…

(As posted by David Hardy in his blog, with attached commentary, in full…)

Plea in murder of BP Agent Terry, with Fast & Furious gun

POSTED BY DAVID HARDY · 11 AUGUST 2015 07:05 PM

Another perp involved has taken a plea to 30 years’ imprisonment. Another perp also got 30 years, and the guy who bought the guns got under five years.

These are all quite lenient. The gunmen faced the death penalty, and the gun buyer could probably have, too (aiding and abetting the murder makes him guilty of murder). If prosecuted under Arizona law (and they still could be, since the offense broke both State and Federal law), they’d be very likely to get death, and at the very least to get life without parole (“natural life”). I’ve seen killers get the latter for a single murder and one not committed in the course of a plan for violent criminal acts.

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Why should those who authorised the sale get away with it?

The FFL lodged a NICS check,and probably committed no crime since the check came back “proceed”, but the LEO that cleared the sale was apparently fully aware of the intent of the purchaser.

Surely that approval in the face of evidence of likely criminality is illegal, especially given that there was no attempt to “follow the guns” as was later claimed as justification.

As pointed out on other blogs, taking a plea deal means there won’t be any embarrassing discovery phase that would occur if a trial was held. Another win in the “Move Along, Nothing to See” column for this “most transparent ever ” administration.

I have highlighted salient points in red. (Guffaw)

If indeed there is a thin blue line between us and murdering smugglers, and one (or more) of them falls, the perpetrator should obtain the maximum.

This is a travesty, not only for the family of Brian Terry, but for all others killed or maimed by ‘government-sponsored’ smuggling.  In both countries.

And, of course, the reasoning stated above says it all.

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About guffaw1952

I'm a child of the 50's. libertarian, now medically-retired. I've been a certified firearms trainer, a private investigator, and worked for a major credit card company for almost 22 years. I am a proud NRA Life Member. I am a limited-government, free-market capitalist, who believes in the U.S. Constitution and the Rule of Law.

Discussion

4 thoughts on “More Fast And Really Furious

  1. Agreed.

    Posted by Rev. Paul | August 17, 2015, 9:25 am
  2. That it does… dammit…

    Posted by Old NFO | August 17, 2015, 2:35 pm

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