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New Info Names Kingpin FBI Protected In Brian Terry Murder

The murder of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in December of 2010 was the precipitating factor that led to the first news story concerning the now infamous Fast and Furious scandal involving the ATF, visit web the DOJ, sickness and their scheme to send American guns to Mexican drug cartels.

As that story has developed it has become clear that the government agencies involved in the scandal, find including the FBI, were keenly interested in hiding certain information concerning Agent Terry’s death, the most obvious being that one of the guns found at the murder scene was identified by whistleblower agents as a Fast and Furious gun and that this gun somehow mysteriously disappeared and never made it to the lab for analysis.

New information that has become available within the last 24 hours indicates another major reason the FBI in particular sought to keep the facts concerning Agent Terry’s death a secret.

According to a major investigative report published on April 21 in the Los Angeles Times, the FBI was able to convince a major Mexican drug cartel kingpin to serve as an informant.

And citizen investigative reporter Mike Vanderboegh stated today that this drug kingpin is the one the FBI was attempting to protect when evidence was hidden in Brian Terry’s murder.

Vanderboegh was the one who first broke the Fast and Furious story in December of 2010.-[source]

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