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Border Shooting

A Mexican man sued the United States for $1 million in federal court, claiming a Border Patrol agent shot him from behind as he knelt on the ground, unarmed, in rural Webb County, Texas, for which the agent was charged with aggravated assault.

HOUSTON — A Mexican man claims in a $1 million federal complaint that a Border Patrol agent shot him from behind as he knelt on the ground, unarmed, in rural Webb County, Texas, for which the agent was charged with aggravated assault.

Categories / Civil Rights, Personal Injury

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