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Two U. S. Border Patrol agents have been placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation after they wrongfully pulled La Llorona out from the Rio Grande in El Paso, Texas. Following an initial investigation, the agents assert that they were unaware that La Llorona (AKA La Malinche) was who she claimed she was. Agent R states that the woman did not possess any form of verifiable ID and that in such cases, procedures require that undocumented and unidentified people be turned over to authorities for further clarification of citizenship status.

    did point out conflicting evidence that the other arresting officer claims that he is not aware of. The fact that her long ragged dress was not wet is puzzling because the river is currently overflowing
at certain parts. Agent R maintains that the woman was not pulled from the river but from the top as she hovered above the water.

This is not the first time these two officers face disciplinary action. In a prior incident, both agents were placed on administrative leave for thirty days following the wrongful arrest of three unknown illegal immigrants mistaken for drug smugglers. Thinking that one of them was attempting to conceal her identity under a hooded cloak, it was discovered that she was actually La Santa Muerte. The three applied for asylum alleging that they should be afforded the

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