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ACLU: Border Patrol Must Stop Hiding the Truth About Its Uses of Force

Copied and pasted from here.  I can’t say it any better.  The suggestions regarding “best law enforcement practice” and “officer, hold room, and dashboard-mounted cameras” are especially important.  The Border Patrol must be held publicly accountable for its actions. Border … Continue reading

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Border Patrol Agent David Kermes: Who would have thought hunting people could be so much fun!

David Kermes is a real piece of work. He first surfaced in the news in the PBS Need to Know documentary Crossing the Line, Part 2, where he was shown destroying humanitarian water supplies that had been left in the … Continue reading

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Update on the Murder of Anastasio Hernandez Rojas & Increasing Public Awareness of Border Patrol Violence

PBS Need to Know Web Exclusive:   Grand jury to investigate death at the border (July 20 2012) Watch Web exclusive: Interview with Andrea Guerrero on PBS. See more from Need To Know. In May, 2010, a grainy cellphone video captured … Continue reading

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Border Patrol Abuse: Has It Reached the Boiling Point?

Several development in the last couple weeks suggest that perhaps American society has had enough of the Border Patrol’s unbridled abusive behavior. In San Diego a grand jury has been convened to investigate the murder of Anastacio Hernandez Rojas, who … Continue reading

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