POSTED: Friday, August 10, 2012 - 5:40pm
UPDATED: Saturday, August 11, 2012 - 6:44pm
tyler, tx — Things are heating up again about Fast and Furious.
Policymic reports a new development could renew interest in the already mysterious Fast and Furious gun-walking operation that ultimately led to the death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
A high-ranking Mexican drug cartel operative currently in U.S. custody is making startling allegations that the failed federal operation wasn't about tracking guns, it was about supplying them - all part of an elaborate agreement between the U.S. government and Mexico's powerful Sinaloa Cartel to take down rival cartels.
Basically, he claims there was more to the operation that just following guns.
It was an understanding between the United States and Mexico called divide and conquer.
Thousands of guns were allowed into Mexico unchecked. And the U.S. allowed dope in our country.
This went on. We were working with the cartel group Sinaloa so they'd give us information about other cartels we could help bring down.
i don't know if I'm ready to believe this yet.
Some critics say this stool pigeon is just singing this song for a lighter sentence.
But, on this birthday of agent Bryan Terry, we need to renew ourselves to not letting go of this investigation until we really know whats happened.
Something though does not seem right, and the administration won't give up any records that really could put an end to the speculation.
We need to keep looking.
That's my point of view, what's yours?