Border Patrol Agents Get Prison Sentences for Civil Rights Violations

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Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Two Border Patrol agents received prison sentences for violating the civil rights of men they found trying to smuggle marijuana in southern Arizona five years ago. Agents Dario Castillo, 25, of Yuma, and Ramon Zuniga, age 31, of San Luis, were each sentenced to two years in prison, plus three years of supervision after they’re released. Phoenix New Times has the story.

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