F&F: There’s A Third Gun

We are getting more questionable attempts from government trying to coverup the obvious. The claim that there was no third gun recovered at the scene of Brian Terry’s murder looks to be false. The Andre Howard tapes tell us otherwise.

Issa contends that since the two weapons found at Terry’s murder scene were catalogued as “K2” and “K3,” there must be a “K1” — that is, a third gun which has never been revealed to lawmakers or their investigators. The DOJ has said that the “K1” is a sample of Terry’s blood and not another weapon.

Was there an error? Maybe. But the tapes do not lie. ATF Agent Hope MacAllister tells us there is a third gun and it’s an SKS.

Agent: Well there was two.

Dealer: There’s three weapons.

Agent: There’s three weapons.

Dealer: I know that.

Agent: And yes, there’s serial numbers for all three.

Dealer: That’s correct.

Agent: Two of them came from this store.

Dealer: I understand that.

Agent: There’s an SKS that I don’t think came from…. Dallas or Texas or something like that.

Dealer: I know. talking about the AK’s

Agent: The two AK’s came from this store.

Dealer: I know that.

Agent: Ok.

Dealer: I did the Goddamned trace

Agent: Third weapon is the SKS has nothing to do with it.

Dealer: That didn’t come from me.

Agent: No and there is that’s my knowledge. and I spoke to someone who would know those are the only ones they have. So this is the agent who’s working the case, all I can go by is what she told me.

There may be a mistake or error in regard to interpreting evidence. That in no way means, that a third gun does not exist, especially given the evidence.

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