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12 April 2018, 03:54 | Melissa Porter
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Mexican officials could be heard in the video explaining to the US agents that they were violating US-Mexico bilateral agreements, and directing them to contact the Mexican consulate to properly repatriate him. The repatriation process includes confirming the person's identity as well as fingerprinting.
Border Patrol Agents at the Interstate 35 checkpoint near Laredo encountered a tractor-trailer at the primary inspection lane yesterday, and sent the driver to secondary inspection after a Border Patrol canine alerted to the vehicle.
"You don't even know if he's Mexican or not", the Mexican officer says, insisting that the United States agents must follow protocol.
"As ridiculous as it sounds, the laws of our country do not easily allow us to send those crossing our Southern Border back where they came from", Trump tweeted on April 2. "You don't even know if he's Mexican or not".
Boys look through an older section of the border structure from Mexicali, Mexico, alongside a newly-constructed, taller section, left, in Calexico, California on March 5, 2018.
U.S. agent: As far as I know, he's also going back to his. The U.S. border agent responds, "He looks like it". A third border agent appears to corral him before the video ends. An individual then called local police because of the man's "erratic" behavior and he was taken to the hospital for evaluation, a law enforcement source told the publication.
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His office says guard members will provide air, reconnaissance, operational and logistical support to border patrol agents. All of the counties their departments patrol are located within 25 miles (40 kilometers) of the U.S. -Mexico border.