"Attorney General Eric Holder’s refusal to fully disclose the documents associated with Operation Fast and Furious and President Obama’s assertion of executive privilege serves to compound this tragedy. It denies the Terry family and the American people the truth." -- Brian Terry’s mother and father, from their statement on President Obama’s executive privilege.
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|FN Five-sevens were among the weapons allowed to walk|
Altogether, 2,020 firearms were bought by straw purchasers during Fast and Furious. These included AK-47 variants, Barrett .50 caliber sniper rifles, .38 caliber revolvers, and FN Five-sevens.
As of October 20, 2011 (2011 -10-20)[update], 389 had been recovered in the US and 276 had been recovered in Mexico. The rest (1,355) remained on the streets, unaccounted for. Most of the guns went to the Sinaloa Cartel, while others made their way to El Teo and La Familia. - Wikipedia
In addition to the tragic death of Brian Terry, it has been estimated that more than 300 Mexicans were killed by guns linked to the operation.
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