Tales From Fast And Furious: The Murder Of An American Citizen And Obama’s Radic

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April 18, 2012, 10:01:16 PM Last Edit: April 18, 2012, 10:02:55 PM by Granny B
Tales From Fast And Furious: The Murder Of An American Citizen And Obama's Radical Views On Guns
April 18, 2012 By Kris Zane

Part 1 of a video series based on the recently published groundbreaking book Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal and Its Shameless Cover-up by Katie Pavlich. This is the book that may blow the lid off of the Obama Administration's covert plan to disarm America and may bring down the Obama Presidency.

The murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry by Mexican drug cartel operatives armed with AK-47s was initially billed as an isolated tragedy, which then took a different turn when we learned that the purchase of the gun used in Terry's murder was facilitated by our own government. The Obama administration narrative was that this was the work of a rogue ATF office, that it was simply a "botched" gun-walking operation. But this was no accident. In this first video, Obama Files takes us through the night that Brian Terry was murdered, then looks at Barack Obama's long history of opposing the Second Amendment that led to an illegal gun-walking program and murder of one of our own.

As the video series continues, we will follow the course of this "botched" gun-walking operation that facilitated the supply of guns to Mexican drug cartels by the thousands and led not only to the murder of Brian Terry, but DEA agent Jaime Zapata and literally hundreds of Mexican citizens. Part 2 of this video series will be released next week.

" Closure? Closure is a misused word in the English language.  There is no such thing as closure for the family of a murder victim.  There will never be any closure for the death of our loved ones until we are dead ourselves.  The families have a lifetime sentence of anguish and sadness." 
Susan Levy

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