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Mexican National Accused of Fatally Shooting Off-Duty Border Patrol Agent Faces More Charges

Gustavo Tijerina

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A Mexican national accused of shooting an off-duty Border Patrol agent during a robbery in Texas was charged with additional crimes related to more robberies Thursday, the Monitor reports.

Gustavo Tijerina, 30, was charged with seven counts of aggravated armed robbery and three counts of engaging in organized criminal activity in connection with four armed robberies in Cameron County. Cars were stolen in those cases.

Tijerina already has been charged with capital murder in the shooting death of Border Patrol Agent Javier Vega Jr., 36, of Kingsville.

Tijerina likely won’t be going anywhere after his bail was set at $2 million.

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Mexican National Alleges He Was Raped While in Custody of ICE

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A Mexican national said he was raped by cellmates in a Montana jail while he was waiting to be deported, the Great Falls Tribune reports.

“I want people to know what happened to me, and I want the people responsible to be punished,” Audemio Orozco-Ramirez, 40, told the Tribune through an interpreter. “I don’t want anyone else to ever have to go through what I went through.”

Orozco-Ramirez also wants his rapists to be identified and tested for STDs.

The Tribune wrote that two of Orozco-Ramirez’s cell mates were listed on the state’s sexual and violent offender database.

Fourth Man Admits Involvement in Slaying of Border Patrol Agent Over Night-Vision Goggles

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

A Mexican national admitted Wednesday that he and two other gunman were involved in the 2009 murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in southern California, CNN reports.

Marcos Rodriguez-Perez pleaded guilty to conspiracy, robbery and firearm charges, saying he and two others detained Border Patrol Agent Robert Rosas Jr. at gunpoint.

The reason – they wanted his night-vision goggles.

Rosas was shot multiple times as he struggled, according to the plea agreement.

The suspects fled to Mexico with the agent’s bag, firearm, handcuffs, and goggles. CNN wrote.

Mexican National Pleads Guilty to 2002 Beatings of 2 FBI Agents on a Stakeout

It’s always good to get a guilty plea when it comes to a brazen act like this.

las-cruces-nm-mapBy The Associated Press
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico – A Mexican national has pleaded guilty to a felony count of illegal re-entry and a misdemeanor assault count in the 2002 beatings of two FBI agents who were attacked during a stakeout in Sunland Park.

Juan Jose Magallanes-Torres of Anapra, Mexico, entered the pleas Wednesday. No sentencing date was immediately scheduled.

Special Agents Samantha Mikeska and Sergio Barrio of the FBI office in El Paso, Texas, were among a group of law enforcement officers patrolling trains near the U.S-Mexico border in an effort to catch thieves in the act.

The agents were overwhelmed by more than a dozen robbers.

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