Ten cases were outlined in the complaint involving people the ACLU says were detained but never charged
A Border Patrol truck drags tires behind their truck in order to erase car tire tracks and footprints which make it easier for them to identify any new tracks going into the U.S., at the Columbus border with Mexico on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, March 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez, photo: Reuters/José Luis González
28 of June 2016 13:44:58
TUCSON, Arizona — A complaint filed against the Border Patrol is calling for an investigation into allegations that the federal agency wrongfully detained residents and violated their civil rights.