Demonstrators protested President Trump’s proposed border wall in February near the site of a cross-border shooting in 2010 between El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.(Photo: ALEJANDRO BRINGAS, EPA)
WASHINGTON — The family of a Mexican boy shot and killed from across the border by a U.S. Border Patrol agent deserves another day in court, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
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The decision was a setback for the government, which had won a lower court decision that barred the family from seeking damages in court. The justices ruled that the Border Patrol officer may not qualify for immunity and asked the federal appeals court to decide on other issues.
“The facts alleged in the complaint depict a disturbing incident resulting in a heartbreaking loss
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