Fairfax, VA — (Ammoland.com)- “We do not celebrate this sentence today, but we acknowledge justice,” said Robert Heyer, chairman of the Brian Terry Foundation.
“It’s been long awaited.”
Defendant Manuel Osorio-Arellanes received 30 years on a federal murder charge in U.S. Border Patrol Agent Terry’s death.
The 2010 case exposed BATFE’s Fast and Furious, and the Terry family has been seeking accountability ever since.
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