Border Patrol, ICE Agents Involved In 2010 Tasing Death Are Identified


The Souther Border Communities Coalition helped to applly the pressure and the names are now being released:

Jerry Vales (7663), Customs and Border Protection officer

Kurt Sauer (10-*-71), Customs and Border Protection officer

Alan Boutwell (7-*-69), Customs and Border Protection officer

Ramon DeJesus (CAQ03175), Customs and Border Protection supervisor

Edward Caliri (I-68), Supervisory Border Patrol agent

Guillermo Avila (I-199), Supervisory Border Patrol agent

Ishmael Finn (V-61), Supervisory Border Patrol agent

Derrick Llewellyn (11-*-69), Border Patrol agent

Undercover agent (V-325), Border Patrol agent

Phillip Krasielwicz (V-315), Border Patrol agent

Andre Piligrino (2054), Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent

Harinzo Narainesingh (7G2186), Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent

### via CBS 8

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) -- A federal judge has lifted a protective order that kept secret the names of the agents involved in a videotaped border death three years ago.

In 2010, federal agents used batons and a Taser gun to subdue Anastacio Hernandez Rojas, 42, as they attempted to deport him through the San Ysidro border crossing.

The undocumented, father of five suffered a heart attack and loss of oxygen to the brain, resulting in his death days later in the hospital.


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  • commented 2013-07-31 13:10:28 -0700
    ’bout damn time . we need to stop providing extra privacy protections for those we pay, especially while we have no privacy protections, and they are breaking laws and violating the constitution on a daily basis

    new law to consider :::
  • commented 2013-07-30 18:56:54 -0700
    Pinches perros malditos Sean.