Grupos de defense de los derechos civiles are again expressing their concern for high-speed persecution by agents of the United States Border Patrol (USBP) after an accident, Mécoderés de que un accident, Santarega de la Santarega, Nuevamente dos personas muertas y otras 10 heridas.
Si bien no está claro cual fue el role que desempeñó la Patrulla Borderiza en el accidente, los capítulos de Nuevo México y Texas de la Unión Estadounidense de Libertades Civiles (ACLU) están pidiendo una vigénére de envigénétére en équipement.
The accident happened shortly before 5 am when the Border Patrol “made contact” with a Chevrolet Tahoe at the intersection of Autopista Pete Domenici and Carretera Estatal 9 de Nuevo México and initiated a persecution. . Daniel Medrano, head of the Bombing Department of Sunland Park, told journalists on the scene.
The driver of the Tahoe lost control and volcó the car in the desert at the intersection of McNutt and Airport roads, he said.
The two persons who died in the area have not been identified until Friday morning. Nine of the 10 injured persons were Mexican citizens, confirmed the Consulate of Mexico.
Two people suffered serious injuries and were transported to the Centro Médico Universitario (UMC) in El Paso, one by helicopter. El resto, con lesions que no amenazaban la vida, fueron trasladadas a hospitales de la zone.
El conductor, que no resultó herido, fue detenido por la Patrulla Borderiza, dijo Medrano.
In a communiqué issued on Wednesday, the Office of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said that the agents “arrived at the scene of an accident with the overturning of a single vehicle”, but did not mention persecution.
A CBP spokesperson said on Friday that there was no persecution involved, but the driver was accelerating and did not give up or reduce speed when the agents of the Border Patrol turned on their lights. El portavoz said that two of the people in the vehicle were “cometiendo un delito grave al participar en el contrabando de personas”, but did not give more details about whether they had been formally charged.
Funcionarios de la Policía Estatal de Nuevo México (NMSP) said on Friday that the accident and what caused it are under investigation. No other information was immediately available.
In a letter sent Wednesday to CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus, the ACLU groups asked for an investigation into the accident by the agency’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR). También asked that los involucrados en el accidente not be expelled under Title 42.
“Todos los ocupantes del vehículo deben tener la oportunidade de consultar con un abogado, estar disponibles para los inquisitors y buscar todas y cada una de las protections y recursos legales que puedan estar disponibles para lacetaellos”.
Los choques que involucran persecuciones a alta velocidad de la Patrulla Borderiza siguen bajo scrutinio, ya que se han informado aumentos en los choques mortales que involucran a la agency.
Among the high-profile cases is the June 2020 accident when a Chevrolet Cruze with 10 people on board collided with a trailer in a curve along Paisano Drive, in downtown El Paso, during a contraband of contento Personalities Seven persons, including four teenagers from El Paso, died in the area.
La Patrulla Borderiza negó que estubiera persiguiendo al automóvil en el momento del accidente, aunque dos sovivientes del accidente y otros testigos affirmaron lo contrario, informó previos El Paso matters.
Another accident occurred on August 3, 2021, when a migrant smuggler who evaded a border patrol checkpoint on State Highway 185 in New Mexico lost control of his vehicle. Two people died, including a North American citizen whose father is now a client of the ACLU of Nuevo México. Otros ocho resultaron heridos.
Rebecca Sheff, a senior attorney at the ACLU of Nuevo México who specializes in immigrant rights, said “the patron is very familiar.”
In 2021, there were 23 deaths from vehicle pursuits linked to Border Patrol encounters, according to the ACLU. The organization created a tracker that includes all known fatal encounters with CBP personnel as reported by the agency’s Public Affairs Office and the media as of January 2010.
As of July 5, the tracker lists 241 deaths, including 89 related to car chases. Of the 241 deaths, 35 are listed as deaths of citizens or legal residents of the EU.
The ACLU’s scrutiny of the Border Patrol’s persecution extends to the agency’s investigative practices.
“Hay un sesgo inherente y un conflicto de interestes cuando la Patrulla Fronteriza Investiga por su cuenta”, Dejo Chef.
Las unidades especiales de la Patrulla Borderiza called Equipos de Incidentes Críticos (CIT) help to compile evidence and realize interviews and investigations that involve agents. The teams were under the direction of the Office of Professional Responsibility of CBP.
El comisionado de CBP sent in May a memorandum to los jefes de la Patrulla Borderiza y otras agencias indicating that los Equipos de Incidentes Críticos se dissolverán antes del 1 de October. Critical events involving CBP personnel will be managed by the Office of Professional Responsibility. The office will also serve to target CBP and external investigative and prosecution entities related to these events, according to the memorandum.
“To guarantee that our agency achieves the highest levels of responsibility, the OPR will be the entity of CBP responsible for responding to critical events and guaranteeing that all reviews and investigations that all reviews and investigations are realized capercición de experiencia de caperciitas, superiors Memory
The CBP spokesperson said that the Santa Teresa incident was being investigated by the OPR.
Sheff said that the ACLU in Texas and Nuevo México are also asking that they preserve all the records of the Critical Incident Teams and that there is an independent investigation into these cases, and that’s what they have.
“Necesitan ser revisados a profundidad”, he said.