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Plea Deal Given To Man Indicted In Murder Of Brian Terry

Notice that this news is only being reported by a local TV station. Which is the fate of any news that might remind people of a past Obama scandal.

From the NBC Tucson, AZ affiliate, KVOA:

Plea deal given to man indicted in murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry

By Michel Marizco and Lupita Murillo | August 10, 2015

One of the men charged in the murder of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry pleaded guilty to one count of murder, Monday morning. Once a potential candidate for the death penalty after the murder of the agent, the drawn up plea deal now states that the U.S. and the defendant will ask for 360 months imprisonment, with credit for time served since his arrest in October 2012.

Unreal. Thirty years for murder. And he will probably get out in ten.

The Justice Department indicted Rosario Rafael Burboa Alvarez last summer in connection with the killing. Alvarez was identified as the recruiter for the rip-off crew that ran into Terry’s elite BORTAC unit in the desert in December 2010.

Terry was killed in the ensuing gunfight with the rip-off crew and later two AK-47 variants found at the crime scene were identified as part of the notorious Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives gunwalking operation, Operation Fast and Furious…

And who knows how many other people have been killed by this attempt by Obama to create a situation in order to impose more gun control laws.

Burboa… recruited rip-off crews to rob drug smugglers of their marijuana loads, then paid them after they performed the robbery and returned to Sinaloa. In early December, the rip-off crew entered the U.S. from Mexico, retrieved a stash of weapons and food and went to work, hunting smugglers. Instead, they encountered Terry’s tactical unit…

And if Terry had shot Burboa, he would probably be sitting in jail.

As part of the plea agreement, the United States agreed not to execute Burboa and to dismiss all other charges against him, including charges of interfering with federal officers and killing Terry with "malice aforethought" the second charge in the superseding indictment.

The plea deal also notes that Burboa had already been ordered expelled from the U.S., though it is not clear if the expulsion order derives from Terry’s murder or from a previous crime…

Don’t worry. By the time he gets out of jail nobody will dare talk about deporting anyone.

This article was posted by Steve on Tuesday, August 11th, 2015. Comments are currently closed.

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