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Friday, June 15, 2012

Damaging new evidence contradicts government agencies in Fast and Furious murder

Damaging new evidence has surfaced today that contradicts multiple government agencies on the murder of federal agent Jaime Zapata. The evidence is an official "Report of Investigation" which shows that Agent Zapata had seized 80 weapons in an interdiction near the southern border a few months prior to his murder.

The majority of the seized weapons were Fast and Furious guns that the Obama Administration had illegally bought using "straw purchasers" who would then transport the firearms across the border into Mexico, where they would be placed in the hands of drug cartels.

Zapata was murdered on Feb. 15, 2011. The Report of Investigation on the interdiction of the guns is from August of 2010, four months prior to Zapata's death.

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