(LAREDO, Texas) — The family of a 20-year-old Guatemalan lady shot passed in 2018 by a U.S. Border Patrol representative filed a polite rights lawsuit Tuesday opposite a representative and a U.S. government.
The family of Claudia Gómez González is suing in sovereign justice in Laredo, Texas for vague tangible and punitive damages.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas filed a lawsuit one year after filing a $100 million sovereign explain on a family’s behalf. The explain was filed one year after a May 23, 2018, shooting.
Gómez González crossed a Texas-Mexico limit with several other migrants when limit agents confronted them in a empty lot nearby Laredo. One representative shot Gómez González in a head, and she took moments to die, according to a lawsuit.
The lawsuit usually refers to one of a 21 suspect agents by name, referring to a others as “Does 1-20.” The lawsuit alleges that one of a agents, or a multiple of them, were obliged for a woman’s genocide and that she was a plant of extreme assault and a polite rights violation.
An email to a named representative seeking criticism was not answered immediately.