AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The family of a migrant, authorities say, were shot dead in Texas by two brothers — one of whom was the director of a detention center with a history of abuse allegations – asks for more information this week, as the two men accused of the murder were released from prison.
Jesús Iván Sepúlveda, 22, of Durango, Mexico, has been identified by family members as the man who was killed in the Hudspeth County shooting that also injured a woman. The woman remained hospitalized Wednesday in stable condition, according to a statement from the Mexican consulate.
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