The parents of a U.S. Border Patrol agent killed with a gun sold in the government's botched "Fast and Furious" gunrunning investigation believe a Justice Department Inspector General's report into the case was mostly an effort to keep Attorney General Eric Holder from being blamed.
Agent Brian Terry's father, Kent Terry, also said the former head of the ATF and a senior prosecutor who left the Justice Department after the report's release were getting off easy.
The Terrys (shown above) were in Arizona to attend this week's dedication of a new Border Patrol station named for their son.
Brian Terry (below) was killed Dec. 14, 2010 in a gunfight on the border between Mexico and Arizona. Two guns found at the scene were determined to be part of an ATF "gun-walking" project intended to track weapons to drug cartels and, subsequently, help dismantle them.
"I don't believe it stopped and Holder didn't know it," Carolyn Terry said. "His name was on some of those papers which they won't turn over. There's more to it, with the president sealing that case. I think his name's in it too, because they're protecting somebody."