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Texas / Immigration Border Chase #1126183

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 17, 2018
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(McAllen, Texas: Marcus Moore) A deadly border chase in Texas with the Border Patrol pursuing a carload of immigrants at a time of protest over immigration policy featured; scenes shown of the wrecked vehicle with many dead, of protests in McAllen, from inside the processing cells. [Dimmit County Sheriff Marion BOYD†- comments.] [Demonstrator Sharon ELLIS†- speaks out.] [On "This Week," Steve BANNON - says it is the law.] Statements from former President Bill Clinton & First Lady Melania Trump's spokeswoman about separating families quoted; photo of the crying girl shown.

Llamas, Tom;
Moore, Marcus

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