3 Texas Gun-Trafficking Suspects Sentenced

DALLAS (AP) — Three Texas men whom federal officials say were linked to a gun used in a U.S. agent’s death in Mexico have been sentenced after pleading guilty to weapons charges.

Ranferi Osorio, Kelvin Leon Morrison and Luis Carbajal were sentenced Tuesday for their November guilty pleas. U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay of Dallas sentenced Osorio to 10 years in prison, Morrison to 2 1/2 years in prison, and Carbajal to two years of probation.

According to federal complaints filed previously, investigators said the men met a confidential informant near Dallas in November and gave him 40 guns to take into Mexico.

Authorities later learned that a gun purchased in October by another member of the ring was used in an on two ICE agents, killing one and wounding another.

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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  1. JESSICA says:

    This guy was mayor of dlaals and supported nafta? These are the same kind of people that made it possible to setup the EU, through trade agreements. They do this incrementally in secrecy or in the name of created jobs in our country. All free trade has ever done is make it possible for corporations to move overseas for cheap labor and import back into the United States for free. All this is a ploy to do what they did in Europe. Setting up their North American Union. Wake Up

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