There is new information coming into Fox News this morning on the death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, which was linked to the botched U.S. gun-walking operation Fast and Furious.


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Prosecutors have released new, detailed accounts of the 2010 firefight that led to Terry's death. A gun from the Fast and Furious operation was found at the scene.

Manuel Osorio-Arellanes faces a sentencing hearing Monday after pleading guilty to first-degree murder in Terry's death.

William La Jeunesse, who has reported on the story since it happened, brought us the latest details on America's Newsroom in the clip above.

Here's more details from AP:

PHOENIX - A firefight that killed a Border Patrol agent near the Arizona-Mexico border in 2010 erupted as armed men who had sneaked into the country to rob marijuana smugglers walked in a single-file line toward a group of agents, according an account given by prosecutors of the shooting that revealed the government's botched "Fast and Furious" gun-smuggling investigation.

Agents sitting atop a small hill and using night-vision gear could see that rip-off crew members were carrying rifles and waited until the men were close before an agent yelled "police" in Spanish. The gunmen turned toward the agents and started to fire, setting off an exchange of gunfire that killed Agent Brian Terry and wounded acknowledged rip-off crew member Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, prosecutors said.

"I'm hit," Terry told fellow agents, noting that he couldn't feel his legs, according to court records filed by the agents who were with Terry during the gun fight. Terry lost consciousness and died at the scene from a single gunshot wound.

The account marks the most complete publicly available summary by prosecutors of the Dec. 14, 2010, firefight in a canyon just north of the Arizona border city of Nogales. In the past, federal authorities repeatedly declined to disclose information about Terry's death.

Prosecutors recounted details of the shooting in a court record filed in advance of a sentencing hearing Monday for Osorio-Arellanes, who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in Terry's death. The filing was accompanied by written accounts from three Border Patrol agents who were with Terry as he died. Prosecutors are seeking a 30-year sentence for Osorio-Arellanes.