‘After a federal scandal, some firearms dealers say they’ve become the scapegoats.
The firestorm erupted in a lawless canyon on the rugged flanks of Nogales, Arizona. As the shooters scattered, a body lay limp in the darkness.
On that cold night in December 2010, a misguided program called Fast and Furious would be forever linked to the death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Two guns from that program, aimed at tracing weapons obtained by straw buyers for drug cartels, were found near the spot where smugglers had killed Terry.’