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Fake Border Patrol vehicle carrying undocumented immigrants stopped in Texas

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In a win for United States border patrol, agents in Texas last Thursday busted alleged smugglers trying to get a dozen undocumented migrants into the United States using a vehicle painted to resemble an official border patrol SUV.

Added on the 13/12/2015 14:08:09 - Copyright : Reuters - Next Media

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