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-- US Border Patrol agent is now suing the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
For 25 million dollars in connection with his wrongful death.
It's the latest fallout from that agencies failed to -- and staying known now as operation fast and furious.
Of course that's the program that was supposed to track guns from United States to Mexico.
But instead investigators say they lost track of many of the weapons back in 20102 of those weapons turned up at the -- of the deadly shooting involving agent Brian Terry.
We're told ballistics on the bullet that killed the agent were inconclusive.
In the sued his family claims the government to go and walking program led directly to his death.
The -- are also suing the lone wolf trading company for its role in selling the firearms.
Tomorrow the US attorney general Eric Holder is set to appear before congress.
To answer questions about what he knew about the program and the circumstances surrounding the death of agent Terry.
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