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Jan 30, 2013 12:08am
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CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – A US Border Patrol agent fatally shot a 15-year-old
Mexican boy after a group trying to illegally enter Texas threw rocks at
officers near downtown El Paso, US authorities said on Tuesday. Ahmad Brooks Womens Jersey . The shooting,
which happened Monday evening beneath a railroad bridge linking the two nations,
drew sharp criticism from Mexico, where President Felipe Calderon said on
Tuesday that his goverment will use all resources available to protect the
rights of Mexican migrants. Related readings: US beefs up security at US-Mexico
border Obamas border plan looks similar to Bushs Troops to the Mexican border:
Obama to send 1,200 The government reiterates its rejection to the
disproportionate use of force on the part on US authorities on the border with
Mexico, the president added in a statement. It was the second death of a Mexican
at the hands of Border Patrol officers in less than two weeks, and the case
threatened to swell into a full-blown international incident when US and Mexican
officials traded suggestions of misconduct. Arturo Sandoval, a spokesman for the
Chihuahua Attorney Generals office, said a spent 40-mm shell was found near the
body, raising the question of whether the fatal shot was fired inside Mexico,
although he did not explicitly make that suggestion. That would violate the
rules for Border Patrol agents, who are supposed to stay on the US side of the
border. A US official, meanwhile, said video shows the Border Patrol agent did
not enter Mexico. The official, who agreed to discuss the matter only if not
quoted by name, said the video also shows what seem to be four Mexican law
enforcement officers driving to the edge of the dry but muddy bed of the Rio
Grande, walking across to the US side, picking up an undetermined object and
returning to Mexico near the area where the boys body was. Like their US
counterparts, Mexican law officers are not authorized to cross the border
without permission. According to the FBI, Border Patrol agents were responding
to a group of suspected illegal immigrants being smuggled into the US near the
Paso Del Norte bridge, across from Ciudad Juarez around 6:30 p.m. Monday. One
suspected illegal immigrant was detained on the levee on the US side, the FBI
said in a statement. Another Border Patrol agent arrived on the concrete bank
where the now-dry, 33-feet (10-meter) wide Rio Grande is, and detained a second
suspect. Other suspects ran back into Mexico and began throwing rocks, the FBI
said. At least one rock came from behind the agent, who was kneeling beside the
suspected illegal immigrant who he had prone on the ground, FBI spokeswoman
Andrea Simmons said. The agent told the rock throwers to stop and back off, but
they continued. The agent fired his weapon several times, hitting one who later
died, said the FBI, which is leading the investigation because it involved an
assault on a federal officer. The agent was not injured, Simmons said. Border
Patrol Special Operations Supervisor Ramiro Cordero said preliminary reports
showed Border Patrol agents on bicycle patrol were assaulted with rocks by an
unknown number of people. During the assault at least one agent discharged his
firearm, he said. The agent is currently on administrative leave. A thorough,
multi-agency investigation is currently ongoing. The US State Department said in
a statement that it regretted the loss of life and directed all further
questions to the FBI and Border Patrol. Chihuahua state officials released a
statement Tuesday demanding a full investigation into the death of the boy,
identified as Sergio Adrian Hernandez Huereka. The boy was shot once near the
eye, Sandoval said. Authorities are still investigating the bullets trajectory,
he said. Sandoval said he couldnt comment on the video reported by the US
official because he didnt know anything about it. I am unaware about those
hypotheses, he said. What I can tell you is that there is an ongoing
investigation. Sandoval said investigators were questioning three teenagers who
were with the victim at the time of the shooting. The boys sister, Rosario
Hernandez, told Associated Press Television News that her brother was playing
with several friends and did not plan to cross the border. They say that they
started firing from over there and suddenly hit him in the head, she said
Monday. His father, Jesus Hernandez, asked for justice during the boys wake at
the familys two-room adobe house attended by some 30 friends and relatives. They
killed my little boy and the only thing I ask is for the law to be applied,
Hernandez said sobbing. Earlier Tuesday, the boys mother, Maria Guadalupe
Huereka, told Milenio TV in Mexico that her son had gone to eat with his
brother, who handles luggage at a border customs office. While there, he met up
with a group of friends and they decided to hang out by the river, she said.
That was his mistake, to have gone to the river, she said. Thats why they killed
him. She said he ran and hid underneath one of the bridges pillars upon hearing
gunfire. He was a boy, and even then they killed him, she said. I ask that they
punish them. ... They left me without anything. Mexicos Foreign Relations
Department said its records indicate the number of Mexicans killed or wounded by
immigration authorities rose from five in 2008 to 12 in 2009 to 17 so far this
year, which is not half over. T.J. Bonner, president of the union representing
Border Patrol agents, said rock throwing aimed at Border Patrol agents are
common and capable of causing serious injury. It is a deadly force encounter,
one that justifies the use of deadly force, Bonner said. The violence in Mexico
combined with assaults on Border Patrol agents in the US has increased the level
of apprehension agents have about their safety, Bonner said. Less than two weeks
ago, Mexican migrant Anastacio Hernandez, 32, died after a Customs and Border
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apparently hampered him all year.CASARES, Spain—Graeme McDowell held his
nerve in a tense playoff against local favourite Sergio Garcia to squeeze into
the World Match Play Championship semifinals in Spain on Saturday. In the
tightest of the quarterfinals, McDowell made his par putt on the first extra
hole from five feet but Garcias fallibilities with the putter returned as his
effort slid by the cup from even closer in. “We are in Spain and it wasnt
exactly el clasico but I got the job done,” said McDowell, who holed the winning
putt for Europe at the Ryder Cup in 2010. McDowell will play another Spaniard in
the semis after Rafael Cabrera-Bello rallied from 3 down to win 3 and 1 against
compatriot Alvaro Quiros, who had earlier ended reigning champion Ian Poulters
eight-match unbeaten run in the event. The other semifinal features Belgiums
Nicolas Colsaerts against Scotlands Paul Lawrie after both eased to victories.
Colsaerts, a semifinalist here last year and whose big-hitting game appears
ideally suited to the long, hilly Finca Cortesin course in southern Spain, beat
Brandt Snedeker of the United States 4 and 3. “There are certain holes where I
can take advantage here and my putting seems to be working well. Generally it
suits me,” Colsaerts said. Lawrie thrashed Retief Goosen 6 and 5 in their
quarterfinal as he bids to mark his 500th appearance in a European Tour event
with his eighth tournament victory. McDowell beat Richard Finch—the conqueror
of top seed Martin Kaymer in the group stage—3 and 2 in the last 16 earlier
Saturday and wasted a great chance to clinch his match against Garcia in
regulation. The Northern Irishman, who won the U.S. Open in 2010, missed a putt
from five feet on No. 18 to lose the hole and take the match to a playoff.
Garcia slipped when taking his second shot on the 19th hole, his ball squirming
along the fairway and landing beside the same bunker McDowell found himself in
from his second. Garcia was closer with the approach but he contrived to
three-putt from 15 feet whereas McDowell needed only two from the length off the
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Cabrera-Bello has a perfect record after four matches this week. But he had to
rely on his powers of recovery first to come from 2 down to beat Robert Karlsson
in the last 16 and then see off Quiros, who came into the all-Spanish clash in
buoyant mood after ending Poulters hopes of becoming only the fourth player in
the tournaments 47-year history to defend the title. Quiros, the continents
longest hitter with Colsaerts, won the first two holes and went 3 up at the
seventh but he couldnt contain Cabrera-Bello, who won six of the last eight
holes to wrap things up on No. 17. “I feel really proud about that,” said
61st-ranked Cabrera-Bello, who won the Dubai Desert Classic this year. After
requiring a playoff to get through his group, Colsaerts has grown in stature and
is arguably the form player heading into the semis. He is also showing he has
much more to his game than a long drive. “I never like that tag—I feel I have
a lot more to my game than hitting big bombs,” Colsaerts told The Associated
Press. “Even with the driver, I have some different shots in the bag that people
dont really know about. I always thought I was a good iron player, which I
showed today.” Colsaerts was beaten by Poulter in last years semifinal and
believes he has learnt some valuable lessons from that contest against one of
the toughest match players around. “When you play a guy like Poulter, you
realize a games never done,” Colsaerts said. “You learn from never giving up and
getting it over and done with as early as you can. Every year you come back,
your game has evolved and maybe Ive got different things going for me this
year.” Lawrie, the British Open winner in 1999, thrashed Thomas Bjorn 5 and 4 in
the last 16 and never looked back against Goosen after winning two of the first
three holes. The Scot didnt drop a shot in a near-flawless round in windy
conditions and pounced on the double U.S. Open winners mistakes to grab three
birdies before the turn and another on the par-5 11th. ’ ’ ’ 

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