Leon Metz: Hollywood movies used 'Bus...

Leon Metz: Hollywood movies used 'Buscadero' out of context

There are 1 comment on the El Paso Times story from Aug 24, 2009, titled Leon Metz: Hollywood movies used 'Buscadero' out of context. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

The term Buscadero originally applied to lawmen, stemming from the Spanish buscador, or busca, meaning to search, seek out, hunt, or pursue.

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Jerome

Englewood, CO

#1 Aug 26, 2009
Glad that was corrected, I was losing sleep at night worrying about Hollywood inacuracies.

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