It was an emotional weekend for the family of murdered United States Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
The government watchdog Judicial Watch is urging a federal judge to allow access to crucial documents related to Operation Fast and Furious. The legal battle comes after the group made a Freedom of Information Act request for the documents.
Manuel Osorio-Arellanes has been sentenced to 30 years in the murder of border patrol agent Brian Terry.
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.
Yet another Fast and Furious weapon was recovered in Mexico. This time, the gun was found after a shootout between Mexican authorities and drug cartel members in the popular resort town of Puerto Penasco. Five cartel gunmen were killed in the Dec. 18 battle, the sounds of which were captured in an amateur video posted on YouTube.
The family of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry is still searching for answers three years after his death.
A deadly shootout in Mexico, involving Kingery grenades, is leading to questions about whether DOJ and ATF allowed additional weapons to reach drug cartels, similar to Operation Fast and Furious.
Federal agents have arrested the third of five suspects wanted in connection to the murder of United States Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Ivan Soto-Barraza was captured earlier this week in Mexico.
The family of murdered Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry has now filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Eric Holder over the Fast & Furious botched gun-running scandal.
While President Obama tries to convince Americans the recent scandals facing his administration are “phony,” the victims of the Fast and Furious controversy still haven’t received answers.
The murders of a Mexican police chief and a security guard have now been linked to the ATF's botched gun-running operation, "Fast and Furious." While the Dec. 2010 death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry is the most well known murder to be linked to the "Fast and Furious" firearms, the number of killed and wounded in Mexico has now topped 210.
Viewers wrote to Bill Hemmer, asking "what happened to Fast & Furious," the botched "gun-walking" operation that led to the death of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.