http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/oct/25/border-agent-jaile-arrest-teen-drug-smuggler/ I wish I could post the article and go line by line through it and rant about each and everything that is wrong with it, but I can't. The high points are: 15 year old smuggled 150lbs of dope. He resisted. Mexican consulate filed a complaint of behalf of the suspect alleging abuse, only a few hours after the arrest(another words before any details were known, they automatically filed due to the mere fact one of their criminals was arrested carrying their dope). BPA was cleared by both the Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Office of Professional Responsibility. Mexico pushed for prosecution of the BPA. A year later the Internal Affairs Division at U.S. Customs and Border Protection ruled differently. U.S. Attorney gets involved. Criminal is given immunity to testify. Admittedly the criminal had no injuries other than from the backpack straps and from carrying 150lbs of dope. Photographs support this. Another BPA on scene testified that nothing happened. A couple of probationary BPAs claim to have seen the assault, but say nothing, go out to eat, and then report assault hours later. Alleged witnesses made contradictory statements and admitted perjuring themselves. Court took no action on the perjury. BPA is convicted of "improperly lifting the arms" of the criminal.(What the hell does that even mean? And how is it a deprivation of his rights?) And of course it's the Western District U.S. Attorney's Office in Texas, AGAIN.