Charges dropped against Arizona students who protested border patrol

Video footage sparked anger among the union that represents the agents, leading to the students’ arrestsCharges were dismissed against three students involved in a protest against US border patrol agents at the University of Arizona that was captured on video.The case was dismissed Friday at the request of prosecutors after they after learned the university would conduct an administrative investigation into the 19 March protest in Tucson, said Amelia Cramer, chief deputy for the Pima county attorney’s office, noting the students could face punishments if they were found to have violated the university’s code of conduct. Continue reading...

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