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Topic - Marcos Antonio Castro Estrada
A Texas trooper who shot and killed two Guatemalan immigrants who had illegally crossed into the United States and were fleeing authorities will not be charged with any crime, a grand jury determined Wednesday.
Texas law enforcement agents were close enough to a pickup truck to see there were people inside before one opened fire, killing two Guatemalan immigrants, a Guatemalan diplomat said Tuesday.
He also said that the video made it clear that the trooper had aimed his rifle at the truck's rear tires.