Dave Montgomery

Regional Correspondent, Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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Regional correspondent for the Fort Worth Star Telegram, covering immigration from its Washington Bureau

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On Death Row in Texas, José Medellín admits to the rapes and murders of two teen-age girls 15 years ago in Houston.

Texas Flouts World Court to Execute Mexican National

On Death Row in Texas, José Medellín admits to the rapes and murders of two teen-age girls 15 years ago in Houston.

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President Bush signed the  Secure Fence Act  today, authorizing the construction of 700 miles of new fencing along the US-Mexican border.

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President Bush signed the Secure Fence Act today, authorizing the construction of 700 miles of new fencing along the US-Mexican border.

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