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NRA News Special Report From Ginny Simone | "Justice Served?"

NRA News Special Report From Ginny Simone | “Justice Served?”

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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.

View more Special Reports from Ginny Simone at http://www.nranews.com/ginny.

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  • One User comment to “NRA News Special Report From Ginny Simone | “Justice Served?””

    1. ManOfTheLOG on February 14, 2014 at 1:47 PM said:

      How exactly is 30 years supposed to be “justice” for the murder of Brian Terry?? Why is this scum-sucker still alive at all??? This is NOT justice.

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