Josephine Terry, right and Kelly Willis, mother and sister of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian A. Terry leave the Evo A. DeConcini Federal Courthouse, Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, in Tucson, Ariz, following the sentencing of Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, the only man convicted for the 2010 shooting death of Terry. (AP Photo/Arizona Daily Star, Mamta Popat) ALL LOCAL TV OUT; PAC-12 OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Kelly Terry-Willis did not hesitate to look into the eyes of the orange-jumpsuit-clad man involved in the shooting death of her big brother, telling him his “evil decision” took from her a loving confidant, dance partner and dedicated family man.
She turned to face Manuel Osorio-Arellanes numerous times as she spoke about her brother Brian Terry, who was killed during a December 2010 shootout near the U.S.-Mexico border. Osorio-Arellanes was sentenced Monday to 30 years on a federal murder charge in Terry’s death, making him the first person involved in the killing to go to prison in the U.S.
The case brought to light the botched Fast and Furious operation in which federal agents trying to track guns allowed Login to read more