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U.S. Supreme Court divided on Mexican cross-border shooting dispute

Reuters Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Supreme Court justices appeared divided on whether to let foreigners bring civil rights lawsuits in U.S. courts as they considered a bid by a slain Mexican teenager's family to revive a lawsuit against the Border Patrol agent who shot him, with Justice Brett Kavanaugh emerging as a potential pivotal vote.
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