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U.S. Border Patrol agent indicted for death of Mexican teen in cross-border shooting

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A U.S. Border Patrol agent who shot dead a Mexican teenager in a cross-border shooting in 2012 has been indicted for second-degree murder.

Added on the 25/09/2015 15:24:21 - Copyright : Reuters - Next Media

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