Mayor Says Mexican Teen Boy Was Shot Seven Times By U.S. Border Patrol Agent

Oct 13, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Huffington Post

In this photo taken Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012, A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle keeps watch along the border fence in Nogales, Ariz.

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Dee Dee Dee

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If you stay out of the ocean you will not be eaten by a shark. If you don't attack people who have guns they will not shoot you.
Sheik Yerbouti

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The guy sounds pretty cowardly to me! He should face changes in Mexico and then well see just how tough this wimp is without his gun!

“"One for the claws"”

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Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
The guy sounds pretty cowardly to me! He should face changes in Mexico and then well see just how tough this wimp is without his gun!
Bull!! You can't take anything Mexico says and accept it as fact. Its all hearsay. Heck this kid was probably shot by his fellow drug runners for dumping a load of narcotics. Drug cartels are ruthless and wont hesitate to kill one of their own.
Reality Check

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Won't be the first time the BP does a cover up.
Memo From Turner

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I love the hipocracy on these boards. Nobody has a prejudiced bone in their bodies. They are all just law and order fanatics who are angry that anybody would commit the civil offense of entering the country without documentation. You know. They way their own families came here.

Strangely these same people do not have a problem with people gunning down children.
Dee Dee Dee

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Memo From Turner wrote:
I love the hipocracy on these boards. Nobody has a prejudiced bone in their bodies. They are all just law and order fanatics who are angry that anybody would commit the civil offense of entering the country without documentation. You know. They way their own families came here.
Strangely these same people do not have a problem with people gunning down children.
The problem is people like you who support using children as shields and drug mules.
Juan

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Hey yesterday was a bp agent now a Mexican boy right! Hey its ok eye 4 an eye right
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Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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The problem is people like you who support using children as shields and drug mules.
Exactly like the Muslims were doing. The reason the adults send kids is that they do not want to get shot or arrested. A bunch of cowards.
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Reality Check wrote:
Won't be the first time the BP does a cover up.
I would think they should once in awhile. Maybe they need to learn from Mexico. Everything the police do here in Mexico is covered up. Most of the time they do everything with impunity. Nobody will speak out against them for fear of death. I was reading about the busts of people making and selling fake ID's, passports and so on to Mexicans in America. Lots of covering up. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. Only problem is is it is a rarity the border patrol. Another big difference is the people getting their ID's stolen and their lives put in turmoil in the USA are not throwing rocks, tying to cross the border, transporting drugs or anything. But they are getting shafted for doing nothing wrong by criminals from another country.

Lets face it. They need to quit bringing drugs, throwing rocks and committing crimes and none of this will happen. It is really getting out of hand and quite ridiculous. Do some of you people really condone the behavior of these idiots crossing and committing these crimes.
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My wife told me that her Brothers wife's father was shot in the head and killed this mourning at 8:00 at his home here in Chihuahua. It should be in the El Heraldo Newspaper tomorrow morning. He will be buried tomorrow morning. They have to be buried or cremated by law I believe within 24 hours.

He was retired bus driver, but not by choice. He was working and had an on the job accident because a company mechanic had not repaired the bus right. It injured him to the point that he could not work anymore. More or less crippled.

He was paid a large sum of money and monthly payouts with benefits. So he would be considered one of the wealthier people down here. Well he got calls to his home telling them if he did not hand over his money that he would be killed. He could not do it because he could not work anymore, and he needed the money to survive so he told them no. Well this morning they did what they said they would do. He is gone. My wife's brother's wife is now richer, and the father even had an insurance policy. Guess who is the next target now. Sure is a shame how people are getting taken out by the have not's and criminals here in Mexico.

I talked to a very poor guy a while back sitting outside his shanty home and drinking beer. He said he was glad he was poor. He said he did not have to worry about getting kidnapped or extorted and killed.

Sorry for the off topic, but I am sad and pissed off at the same time. Life is really not fair for a lot of people in Mexico. Sometimes my blood boils over all the crap that is happening to the good people down here. The criminals that get killed I have no feelings at all for. I do not care if you are Mexican or American, quit defending them.

If a Mexican kills an American criminal good on him. Once last piece of garbage in this world, and safer for the good people everywhere. Garbage is garbage no matter where they come from.

I am an equal opportunity criminal hater.
nym8387

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Memo From Turner wrote:
I love the hipocracy on these boards. Nobody has a prejudiced bone in their bodies. They are all just law and order fanatics who are angry that anybody would commit the civil offense of entering the country without documentation. You know. They way their own families came here.
Strangely these same people do not have a problem with people gunning down children.
the "civil offense" I can tell your an anchor baby. You break American laws sometimes you get shot at the border.
Rico from East LA

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nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>the "civil offense" I can tell your an anchor baby. You break American laws sometimes you get shot at the border.
Yes, just ask Brian Terry.
nym8387

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Rico from East LA wrote:
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Yes, just ask Brian Terry.
crime or civil offense it the punishment is deportation it dosent matter to Americans.
Memo From Turner

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nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>the "civil offense" I can tell your an anchor baby. You break American laws sometimes you get shot at the border.
From your post I can tell that you did not have the benefit of an education.
By the way, how would somebody break an American law if they are not even in the country. God I hope you are not breeding.
Dee Dee Dee

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nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>crime or civil offense it the punishment is deportation it dosent matter to Americans.
Actually deportation is not a punishment. It is like giving back what you stole and being granted amnesty.
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nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>crime or civil offense it the punishment is deportation it dosent matter to Americans.
And if you were an AMERICAN it wouldn't matter to you also.
Dee Dee Dee

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Memo From Turner wrote:
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From your post I can tell that you did not have the benefit of an education.
By the way, how would somebody break an American law if they are not even in the country. God I hope you are not breeding.
An American citizen, since they are under the jurisdiction of the United States, can break an American law and be prosecuted for it even if they are not in the U.S. when they break the law. If you are not an American citizen you can still be prosecuted if you commit a crime against the United States such as mailing a bomb to the U.S. or even assaulting a person by throwing rocks or shooting across the border. By your logic a BP agent can shoot anybody they want on the other side of the border and it is not a crime since they are violating Mexican law while they are in the U.S.
pinchejuan

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Anyone who cheers the death of another human being is scum with no moral values. Period. It's a pity that a site with such potential to educate people about a lovely soverign nation instead becomes a home for low-life haters. The haters offer no insite into Mexico, only into how many evil, hate-filled racists pollute the gene pool in this country. No wonder the Republican Party with all its racism and misogyny is ascendant.
Dee Dee Dee

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Please point out the post that "cheers the death of another human being". I cannot find it on this thread.
It is a terrible thing that people especially young people are being used by drug and human smugglers but to put the blame on those who risk their lives and are sworn to protect this country and its citizens for the fact that low life criminals put people like the boy that was killed in harms way rather than blaming those who are truly responsible is misguided.
nym8387

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Memo From Turner wrote:
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From your post I can tell that you did not have the benefit of an education.
By the way, how would somebody break an American law if they are not even in the country. God I hope you are not breeding.
where do you think the boy would be if the bp didn't stop him. Stop them before they comit the crime. Anchor babies talking about breeding nice.

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