Monday, July 9, 2012

Big reward in the Brian Terry murder case

The Department of Justice now offers a million dollar reward for help in apprehending the suspected killers of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.

The murder happened 17 months ago. And it was only today at key information about the case and a big reward were  sprung loose by the DOJ. The timing is curious.

Cynical side of me wonders if Democrats did some internal polling, and found Attorney General Eric Holder took a big hit after having been recently been voted in contempt of Congress for failing to release documents on DOJ's Operation Fast and Furious.

Guns tied to the operation were reportedly recovered at the Terry murder scene in Arizona back in 2010.

Is the new strategy and reward primarily focused on finding the missing Terry suspects? Or is the new push just a damage control op to rescue the attorney general? And... yeah... it could be a little of both.

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