Gunrunner: Did the FBI kill Brian Terry?
From some of the articles I have read, but not written about because they contained insinuations but did not come right out and make accusations, I have developed a theory which I did not feel comfortable writing about until now.
We know through previous reports that when Brian Terry was murdered he encountered a Mexican drug gang, and we know that everyone in that gang was either killed or captured at the scene where Brian Terry was murdered except for one person. We also know that the FBI was on the scene, and we know that three guns were recovered at the scene, but one “disappeared” because it could be traced back to an FBI agent who was undercover in a Mexican drug gang.
The official government excuse for tampering with evidence at Brian Terry’s murder scene was as follows; the government removed the third weapon because it could be traced back to the agent and they did this to protect the undercover FBI agent. The question is this; what were they protecting the FBI agent from?
If they were protecting the FBI agent from being uncovered by the drug cartel wouldn’t it have been prudent to whisk him from the scene before he could have been discovered by the drug lords? Yet he was allowed to disappear along with the third weapon. My theory is simple: the FBI informant became engaged in a firefight with Border Patrol Agents and he is the one who actually fired the shot–with the removed weapon–that killed Brian Terry and he is the one person from the gang who avoided capture. And that is what this whole government coverup has been designed to hide from the beginning.
From the article:
Last week, the Washington Times offered a new version of the encounter: they reported that the rip crew was not hunting illegals, but Border Patrol teams — with the intention of engaging them in combat.
The “rip crew” alluded to in that quote included the undercover FBI agent, and sources are telling the author of that article that this is not true, but it doesn’t get much better for the FBI. The “rip crew” (including the undercover FBI agent) were there that night to steal drugs and money from a shipment the FBI told them was coming:
The rip crew knew to be in Peck Canyon that December evening because a CI working for the FBI found out about a smuggling run — from the FBI.
The DEA and the FBI both knew that the confrontation was going to take place yet Border Patrol was not informed that the drug gang was headed their way. Brian Terry and the Border Patrol were caught off guard even though higher ups in the federal government knew this confrontation was going to take place because they set it up. Brian Terry was allowed to walk into this confrontation unaware, carrying a bean bag gun to fight off criminals which the federal government had provided with AK-47s.
Neither agency bothered to warn Border Patrol to keep their BORTAC teams out of Peck Canyon that evening. As a direct result of this FBI and DEA failure — combined with Homeland Security forcing BORTAC units to carry less-lethal beanbag rounds in some of their primary weapons — Brian Terry’s under-armed four-man unit walked into an ambush against a heavily armed rip crew, at least five of whom were carrying rifles.
None of this proves my theory that it was an FBI agent who actually fired the shot that killed Brian Terry, but it does indicate that the FBI did play a role in the death of Brian Terry by not informing him that people who were sold weapons by the United States government were headed his way and allowed him to be ambushed in order to promote the 90% lie. The end justifies the means.
Shortly after the Washington Times wrote about the possibility of FBI involvement in the murder of Brian Terry Barack Obama suddenly sealed the records, ensuring the truth might never be known about what happened that night in Peck Canyon and it seems to me that the newspaper was getting too close to the truth for Barack Obama’s comfort.