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US-Mexico / Gunrunning Operation / Terry Family Interviews #1026404

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 11, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The questions about the charges in the long-running gunrunning case and the politics in the government 's handling of it introduced; photo shown of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, who was killed in a shootout in December 2010 with guns allowed by the ATF to go to Mexico. [Representative Darrell ISSA†- questions the timing of the announcement.] [On Monday, US attorney Laura DUFFY†- defends sealing the indictments.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Exclusive CNN live discussion held with Terry's mother Josephine Terry and Terry cousin Robert Heyer about the fast and furious indictments. [TERRY, HEYER - offer views on the indictments, their consultation with Duffy and the prosecutors, getting justice for Terry, what and when the family knew about the gunrunning operation, how this has become a partisan issue, their worries about guns in Mexico from the ATF gunrunning operation.] Upcoming Items

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