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Topic - Matthew Chandler
Gov. Susana Martinez has appointed a new top state prosecutor for two eastern New Mexico counties.
The top state prosecutor for two eastern New Mexico counties plans to step down soon but he says it won't affect his work on a school shooting in Roswell.
President Obama notified Congress Friday he will keep 1,200 National Guard troops on the border for at least another three months, following demands from southwest lawmakers who said there is still work to be done on security.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has demanded a review of why federal immigration authorities released an illegal immigrant after a drunken-driving arrest in 2008 and who now has been charged with manslaughter stemming for a suspected drunken-driving crash that killed a Catholic nun this weekend.
"Secretary Napolitano has ordered an immediate review into the circumstances leading to this individual being released in 2008," said Matthew Chandler, a spokesman for Miss Napolitano, adding that the department "regrets the tragic loss of life in Prince William County."
In a statement, Matthew Chandler, a spokesman for Homeland Security, said CBP had taken steps to improve "the previous administration's SBInet program management structure, capabilities, procedures and processes," and that a departmentwide reassessment of the project was ordered in January by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.