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Jesus Castro Romo says he can no longer work since being shot by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in November 2010. 'I have acquired an angry disposition,' he says, 'because I am locked up since I cannot work. I feel like exploding, desperate, because I cannot work,' on June 27.

"They call me the soap opera guy." Ever since a Border Patrol agent shot him and the bullet damaged his spine, Jesus Castro Romo has adjusted to a sedentary life. He used to drive a dump truck and do landscaping work. Now he walks with a cane. (with videos) Read more» 1