Gunrunner: Did the main target of Fast and Furious kill Brian Terry?
This is all really starting to come together now and if what I am about to write is true it is huge!
Katie Pavlich has just released a book on Operation Fast and Furious and in this book she writes about how the Department of Injustice is directing all questions to their propaganda outlet–Media Matters. Strange as it is that the Obama regime would direct questions to a George Soros funded operation instead of directly answering the questions, that isn’t even what I found most interesting about the above linked article.
Katie Pavlich’s book brings back the issue of the forgotten third gun, and I think it is time to look into this once again. It has been widely reported that there were two guns found at the scene where Brian Terry was gunned down, but there were reports early on that three guns were actually found at the scene, but one of these guns disappeared. There were reports the FBI tampered with the evidence at the scene and removed the third gun.
These rumors were confirmed when audio tapes were released of a conversation between ATF Special Agent Hope MacAllister and Lone Wolf Trading Company owner Andre Howard. For the record, the Lone Wolf Trading Company is the gun shop where many of the Fast and Furious weapons were purchased, and here is part of the transcript:
Agent: Well there was two.
Dealer: There’s three weapons.
Agent: There’s three weapons.
Dealer: I know that.
Agent: And yes, there’s serial numbers for all three.
Dealer: That’s correct.
Agent: Two of them came from this store.
Dealer: I understand that.
Agent: There’s an SKS that I don’t think came from…. Dallas or Texas or something like that.
Dealer: I know. talking about the AK’s
Agent: The two AK’s came from this store.
Dealer: I know that.
Dealer: I did the Goddamned trace
Agent: Third weapon is the SKS has nothing to do with it.
Dealer: That didn’t come from me.
The government’s official excuse for tampering with evidence at the murder scene was they were trying to protect an informant who was on the scene when Brian Terry was murdered. On December 1st 2011, I wrote this post in which I asked if it was possible that the FBI killed Brian Terry on that fateful night. Here is part of what I wrote in that post:
“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.”
Earlier today I wrote this post about Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta. Celis-Acosta is the admitted number one target of the failed gunrunning plan, and he had been captured by the ATF on three seperate occasions only to be released reportedly because he had become an informant. When I wrote that post I did not believe that Mr. Celis-Acosta was an informant, I thought it was more likely it was leaked to the press that he was an informant because the Obama regime is trying to cover its tracks. After all, this operation could have been halted only months in with the capture of the prime suspect, but he was released and the program continued until Brian Terry’s death.
But after revisiting the issue of the missing third gun, and my previous assertion that it was possible an FBI informant actually killed Brian Terry in the firefight on that night, I am beginning to think it is quite possible that Celis-Acosta did in fact become an informant. In fact, I wonder if it was actually Celis-Acosta who fired the fatal shot that night, and is it possible that Eric Holder is trying to cover up the fact that the United States government released Brian Terry’s eventual murderer on three separate occasions?
Is it possible that the FBI removed the third weapon not to protect the informant, but rather to protect the Obama regime so its level of incompetance and possible criminality would not be brought to light?