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August 1, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- One of the terrorists shot dead in Garland, Texas got his gun through Eric Holder's 'Fast and Furious' program.

The now-discredited gun sting was intended to track firearms to drug-dealing kingpins in Mexico. Instead, the guns were used by common traffickers and thug-terrorists.

Among the thug-terrorists obtaining one of the Fast and Furious guns was a Muslim bent on wreaking havoc in Garland, Texas earlier this year at a draw-Mohammad cartoon contest.

The thug, Nadir Soofi, was shot dead at the event.

Soofi was from Pakistani migrant family. His beloved mother said her son had a normal American upbringing.

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  1. "The now-discredited gun sting was intended to track firearms to drug-dealing kingpins in Mexico."
    There is no reason to believe this. There was no way to "track" the guns. More likely it was meant to give reason to crack down on American gun owners and dealers.

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