Bob Ortega

Arizona Republic

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Reporter for the Arizona Republic newspaper, covering the US-Mexico border

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The Customs and Border Protection agency has spent a year reviewing 67 cases of border patrol officers using deadly force.

Border Patrol Shootings

The Customs and Border Protection agency has spent a year reviewing 67 cases of border patrol officers using deadly force.

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More than 800 abuse complaints were filed against border patrol agents in a recent 3-year period, according to a new report from The American Immigration Council.

Troubled Border

More than 800 abuse complaints were filed against border patrol agents in a recent 3-year period, according to a new report from The American Immigration Council.

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