CHAIN-LINK FENCE ONLY BORDER BARRIER AT SITE OF BRUTAL BEATING OF FBI AGENTS

Two FBI Agents, one of whom was a woman, were beaten severely in 2002 at the U.S./Mexico border in an area on the outskirts of El Paso known as Sunland Park. Eleven years later, the only barrier between the dozens of men who committed the crime and U.S. citizens is a small, chain-link fence–one that locals told me is often climbed over.

In 2002, the FBI was conducting an operation to stop escalating thefts from rail cars in the U.S. near the heavily populated border shared by Sunland Park and Juarez, Mexico. Men from Mexico were routinely jumping the chain-link fence and committing the heists in the U.S., only to bring the merchandise and goods back to Mexico where they could not be prosecuted.

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