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US Mexican immigrant in CBP custody dies at Arizona hospital

03:10  23 october  2019
03:10  23 october  2019 Source:   cbsnews.com

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A 49-year-old migrant from Mexico who was in Customs and Border Protection custody died Monday at an Arizona hospital The man, who has not been identified, was apprehended by Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents at 1 p.m. Sunday south of Casa Grande, according to the statement.

Mexican immigrant in CBP custody dies at Arizona hospital . Medical officials determined that the man had a pre-existing heart condition, according to a CBP statement. The investigation started after she brought another daughter to a hospital claiming she was ill. Barry Petersen reports.

A 49-year-old migrant from Mexico who was in Customs and Border Protection custody died Monday at an Arizona hospital, according to a statement from the agency released Tuesday.

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"U.S. Customs and Border Protection is saddened to report a 49-year-old man from Mexico was pronounced deceased Monday morning in a Southern Arizona hospital," the agency wrote. "Our condolences are with his family."

The man, who has not been identified, was apprehended by Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents at 1 p.m. Sunday south of Casa Grande, according to the statement. While he was being processed, the statement added, "it was determined the man needed medical attention and was transported to a Tucson area hospital."

The statement said that after the man arrived at the hospital, medical officials determined that he had a pre-existing heart condition. He was reportedly pronounced dead at approximately 9 a.m. Monday.

Immigrant victimized by ICE forgery doesn't have to pay fees .
A federal judge on Tuesday criticized the Justice Department for seeking legal fees from a Mexican immigrant who was the victim of a forgery by a government lawyer. U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein on Tuesday denied the department's effort to make Ignacio Lanuza and his attorneys pay legal fees for his unsuccessful attempt to hold the government liable for the forgery. The fees could have topped $100,000.

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