Skip to comments.Delay Refused in Lawsuit Over Immigrant's Death
Posted on 11/09/2012 8:36:18 PM PST by moonshinner_09
(CN) - Customs and Border Protection officers implicated in the death of a deported immigrant cannot delay discovery in an excessive force action, a federal judge ruled. The government reportedly took Anastacio Hernandez-Rojas into custody after finding him trying to illegally cross into San Diego from Mexico. San Diego's public broadcasting service, KPBS, reported that Hernandez-Rojas had lived and raised a family in San Diego for almost three decades, but had been recently deported. After CBP officers detained Hernandez-Rojas, the Mexican national allegedly complained about his treatment and requested to see a doctor and an immigration judge. The officers and supervisors instead took Hernandez-Rojas into the desert and abused him, relatives claimed in a federal complaint. They say Hernandez-Rojas was hog-tied, kicked, punched, beaten with batons and shot him several times with a Taser. Hernandez-Rojas suffered a fatal heart attack after begging the officers to stop, his family claims. A group of eyewitnesses allegedly took photographs and videos of the beating, but officers confiscated and destroyed and destroyed, according to the suit.
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Demoralize the Border Patrol, the Military, the Socialists in the Obama Administration can eliminate those wishing to serve but don’t want to: die, get injured or disenfranchised.
Words of Janet, “run and hide”. (don’t protect yourself)
“They say Hernandez-Rojas was hog-tied, kicked, punched, beaten with batons and shot him several times with a Taser.”
You know what, I really don’t care anymore. He was deported, that means GTFO. It also means Stay TFO.
NOT GUILTY! Call the next defendant....
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