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Grim Anniversary of Boy’s Killing by CBP Should Prompt Reforms

By Human Rights Watch
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This weekend, in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico, the family of José Antonio Elena Rodriguez will be joined by immigrants’ rights activists and community organizations to honor José Antonio and other victims of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) killings and abuse. On October 10, 2021, José Antonio was 16 years old when a US Border Patrol Agent shot him in the back 10 times and killed him from the United States side of a chain link fence four blocks away from his home in Nogales, Mexico. This weekend’s two days of events will include a procession, workshops, and a Catholic mass. Former Head…

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