Doing some research into the timeline of the Project Gunwalker scandal and the death of Brian Terry, I found this:
At the request of Terry's family, his tactical unit colleague, Agent John Bonbright, read aloud from a letter Terry once sent home to loved ones. In it, the slain agent describes his on-the-job credo.
"I do not fear death, for I have been close enough to it on enough occasions that it no longer concerns me," the letter said.
"What I do fear is the loss of my honor and would rather die fighting than to have it said that I was without courage."
Compare and contrast that to the cravenly cowards -- the disgusting specimens of humanity -- of the ATF, the FBI, DHS and the "Justice" Department of the Obama Administration who now cower in the darkness trying to save their own miserable careers by covering up the Project Gunwalker scandal and the circumstances that led to a brave man's murder.
A Brian A. Terry Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established on Facebook here. I urge all readers of Sipsey Street to contribute a little something.