Dave Graham
September 12, 2012

Mexico’s Senate urged President Felipe Calderon’s administration on Tuesday to pressure the United States to find and extradite the U.S. border patrol agent Mexico blames for the fatal shooting of a Mexican on the border with Texas last week.

The killing on September 3 was the second time in two months Mexico complained of one of its nationals being shot over the frontier by U.S. border agents.

In a statement, the Mexican Senate urged Calderon to start a joint investigation with U.S. authorities over the incident, in order to make an arrest “with the aim of extraditing the agent responsible.”

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