The 2012 internal affairs report complaint was filed by a use-of-force instructor who warned the advice could lead to lawsuits.
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It's almost like Americans are paying for them, and like Trump doesn't actually believe in free trade.
"A cross-border shooting claim has foreign relations and national security implications."
The company cited a recent federal memo clarifying that agents are expected to obey the Constitution.
The Trump administration is treating people of Iranian origin like a potential fifth column.
Scott Warren of No More Deaths was acquitted on two charges of harboring illegal immigrants.
Trump Does Not Need Alligators in Moats for a Draconian Anti-Immigration Crackdown—He's Already Outdoing Ike's Harsh 'Operation Wetback'
Trump admires one of the darkest chapters in America's deportation history.
Trump Wanted Snipers and Electrified Spikes to Defend Border Moat Full of Alligators and Snakes, Says New Report
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Many arms of government are unpopular with large swathes of the American population.
Jason Andrew McGilvray will resign from the federal agency.
U.S. Citizen Was on the Verge of Self Deporting After Being Detained for Weeks at Squalid Immigration Facility
The young man was finally released from custody this week.
A policy that allows for quicker deportations near the border could expand nationwide.
Short-term holding tanks marked by poor food and unsanitary conditions as immigrants are imprisoned for weeks longer than they should be.
Scott Warren is accused of harboring two undocumented immigrants after he gave them food, water, and a place to sleep.
Rules always seem to make officials do terrible things when they don’t want to do what is right.
Ron Wyden and Rand Paul team up to stop Border Patrol from snooping in your stuff without good reason.
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Warren faced up to 20 years in federal prison for providing humanitarian aid to two undocumented immigrants.
"My intent was to provide them with some basic humanitarian aid."
Nine years after his shooting death on the border, the family of Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca may finally get a chance to hold the border agent accountable.
The agency, which has yet to release the agent's name, had to amend its statement about the circumstances of Claudia Patricia Gómez González's death.
Border Patrol Agent on Trial for Hitting Border Crosser With His Truck Called Immigrants 'Disgusting Subhuman Shit' in Texts
Matthew Bowen hit a man who crossed the border. Then he sent a text calling him a "human pit maneuver."
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"Student protest is protected by our support for free speech, but disruption is not."
The humanitarian aid workers with No More Deaths say that helping someone who is dying shouldn't be a punishable offense.
The ACLU argues that the 40-minute detention violated the Fourth and 14th amendments.
How to ensure lack of transparency and prevent asylum seekers from accessing rights.
But cruelty has been part and parcel of America's border policy for 150 years
Federal officials are doing their best to criminalize No More Death's efforts to stop immigrants from dying while crossing into the U.S.
Audits dating back to 2003 highlight a culture of mismanagement and misconduct.
The agency has announced new policies in response.
"Our Border Patrol stations were built decades ago to handle mostly male single adults in custody, not families and children."
$13.6 million might be a drop in the bucket. But this is still incredibly wasteful.
Griff Jenkins engages in the douchiest possible form of Gonzo journalism
In 2018 alone, the Laredo sector has seen an admitted serial killer, an agent accused of killing his own kid, and the controversial shooting a 19-year-old.