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Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Blames Obama for Murder of Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie, and Deaths of Three Other BP Agents in Less Than Two Years

 

AP: “This undated photo provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows Border Patrol agent Nicolas [sic] Ivie. Ivie was shot to death Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 in Arizona near the U.S.-Mexico line, the first fatal shooting of an agent since a deadly 2010 firefight with Mexican bandits that spawned congressional probes of a botched government gun-smuggling investigation.”


Agent Ivie and his wife

Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, 40, was murdered by smugglers on December 14, 2010. His killers used two weapons they had been provided via the John Doe calling himself Barack Obama, and the latter’s attorney general, Eric Holder, as part of “Obama” and Holder’s criminal conspiracy, “Fast and Furious.” The Brian Terry Foundation is online at honorbrianterry.com.


Border Patrol Agent Eduardo Rojas, Jr., 35, died on duty on May 12, 2011, when a 90-car freight train hit his vehicle, while he was tracking illegal aliens


Border Patrol Agent Hector Clark, 39, died with Agent Rojas
 

On January 25, 2012, Gov. Brewer reads the Riot Act to the most notorious criminal in America
 

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“AZ Gov. Jan Brewer to ‘Barack Obama’: ‘Do Your Job! Secure Our Borders. Arizona and the Nation are Waiting’” (June, 2010!); and

“Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie, 30, Murdered Near Brian Terry Station in AZ; Second BP Agent Wounded, but Will Survive.”]


Gov. Jan Brewer [sic] statement on fatal border shooting
By KTAR Newsroom
October 2, 2012, at 12:56 p.m.; updated 1:13 p.m.
KTAR Newsroom

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer issued the following statement on the fatal Tuesday morning shooting of Border Patrol agent Nicholas Ivie:

"Arizona has lost another Border Patrol agent.

"In the dark hours before daybreak, one agent was killed and another injured while on-duty along Arizona's southern border. It is believed they were responding to an alerted ground sensor in a remote area near Bisbee, a short distance north of the border. In a tragic coincidence, these agents were assigned to Brian Terry Station -- newly dedicated and named for a U.S. Border Patrol agent murdered under similar circumstances in Arizona less than two years ago.

"More recently, in May 2011, we lost two more agents -- Eduardo Rojas, Jr. and Hector Clark -- when they were killed in a vehicle accident while pursuing suspected drug smugglers near Gila Bend.

"What happens next has become all-too-familiar in Arizona. Flags will be lowered in honor of the slain agent. Elected officials will vow to find those responsible. Arizonans and Americans will grieve, and they should. But this ought not only be a day of tears. There should be anger, too. Righteous anger -- at the kind of evil that causes sorrow this deep, and at the federal failure and political stalemate that has left our border unsecured and our Border Patrol in harm's way. Four fallen agents in less than two years is the result.

"It has been 558 days since the Obama administration declared the security of the U.S.-Mexico border ‘better now than it has ever been.' I'll remember that statement today."

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