From today's Los Angeles Times, the only daily American news organization that seems to be interested in doing reporting on the latest incident where U.S. Border Patrol agents fired fatal gunshots at rock-throwing Mexicans on the other side of the border:
"Sonora state police released a statement saying they found Elena Rodriguez's body, "with various gunshot wounds on different parts of the body," shortly after 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, lying next to the curb on Calle Internacional, a street that runs along the border fence. The body was found four blocks from the border crossing in downtown Nogales, at a spot where there is roughly a 10-foot vertical drop from the base of the fence to the street below."
And the latest questions would be:
--Where specifically was the body found, and how far from the fence? The report cited above is somewhat unclear.
--Where was the Border Patrol agent who fired those shots positioned, specifically?
--Did other Border Patrol agents fire into, or at, the crowd across the border?