An internal Border Patrol investigation of nearly 70 shootings, 19 of them fatal, concluded there was no wrongdoing in all but three that remain pending, according to the Los Angeles Times.
No agent involved in the shootings of immigrants – which occurred between 2010 and 2012 — has been charged with a crime, the Times said, citing Anthony Triplett, who headed the internal affairs investigation.
Two agents who were disciplined got oral reprimands.
The three pending cases could bring charges of criminal misconduct, the Times said. The agents in those cases continue working, armed, at the border, it added.