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Texas / Immigration / Border Patrol Agent's Death #1124671

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 15, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said today about the death of Border Patrol agent Rogelio Martinez last November introduced. [TRUMP - speaks about Martinez risking his lofe to keep America safe & he died in the line of duty.]

(Dallas: Ed Lavandera) The mystery over the death of agent Martinez on the Texas-Mexico border last year examined; scenes shown from the area where the two agents were found; details given about the incident being described as an attack without evidence of a crime. [National Border Parol Council Chris CABRERA†- says they were attacked.] [In 2017, TRUMP - says we will have a wall.] [Martinez fiance Angie OCHOA†- says there are no answers.] The status of the ongoing investigation discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Lavandera, Ed

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