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Lined against the site of the shooting of Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez on Calle Internacional are mock caskets representing those killed by U.S. Border Patrol agents.

On Friday, around 150 people marched in Nogales, Sonora, to mark the second anniversary of the death of Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, killed when he was shot by Border Patrol agents firing through the border fence on Oct. 10, 2012. Read more»

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