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An American border patrol agent was recently forced to quit his job to prevent him from going to jail because he had hit a migrant border crossing after he met the man along the southern border of the nation with Mexico earlier this year. had arrested

US Border Patrol agent, 49, avoids jail after declaring guilty of abusing a migrant by slapping him in the face as he tried to jump over a southern border fence

  • Jason Andrew McGilvray, 49, from Calexico, California accepted a plea deal on August 1 to prevent a longer prison sentence for hitting the so-called border crossing
  • McGilvray caught the nameless migrant on February 16 in an attempt to scale up a southern border fence at Gordons Well in Imperial County, California
  • He admitted to slapping the man's face after he was taken into custody
  • McGilvray agreed to terminate his job at Border Patrol, cancel his security clearance and never again apply for a position with the federal police
  • Since 2016, only two border patrols have been arrested for & # 39; mission-related misconduct & # 39;
  • Latin American Americans made up about half of the total Pat Patrol workforce in 2016
  • No BP officials have been arrested in the last three years for violating civil rights
  • Border patrol agents are five times more likely to be arrested than other law enforcement officers at local, provincial, or federal level
  • An interception investigation revealed a culture of undocumented undocumented migrants and xenophobic abuse among border agents in 2018
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An American border patrol agent has made a plea to prevent him from going to jail because he has slapped a migrant border crossing after arresting the man along the southern border of the nation with Mexico earlier this year.

Jason Andrew McGilvray, 49, who worked at a border patrol station in Calexico, California – about 121 miles east of San Diego – pleaded guilty to a charge for deprivation of rights under the color of the law last week.

He was sentenced to one year without supervision, but avoided a possible maximum prison sentence of one year. The agent agreed to forfeit his security clearance and never again to try to work in federal law enforcement.

Judicial documents show that McGilvray held his position on 16 February when he caught a migrant man who was only identified as & # 39; B.S.S. & # 39; try to jump over the border.

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An American border patrol agent was recently forced to quit his job to prevent him from going to jail because he had hit a migrant border crossing after he met the man along the southern border of the nation with Mexico earlier this year. had arrested

An American border patrol agent was recently forced to quit his job to prevent him from going to jail because he had hit a migrant border crossing after he met the man along the southern border of the nation with Mexico earlier this year. had arrested

Jason Andrew McGilvray, 49, who worked at a border patrol station in Calexico, California - about 121 miles east of San Diego - pleaded guilty to a charge of deprivation of rights under the color of the law last week

Jason Andrew McGilvray, 49, who worked at a border patrol station in Calexico, California - about 121 miles east of San Diego - pleaded guilty to a charge of deprivation of rights under the color of the law last week

Jason Andrew McGilvray, 49, who worked at a border patrol station in Calexico, California – about 121 miles east of San Diego – pleaded guilty to a charge of deprivation of rights under the color of the law last week

After he arrested the man, & McGilvray deliberately beat & # 39; face him & # 39 ;, according to his plea agreement, which stated that the actions of the former agent were a deliberate use of excessive force that deprived the migrant man of his constitutional rights.

Since 2016, only two border patrols have been arrested for & # 39; mission-related misconduct & # 39; Quartz, which reviewed confidential customs and border patrol data earlier this year.

No BP officials have been arrested in the last three years for violations of civil rights, although agents are five times more likely to be arrested than other law enforcement officers at local, provincial or federal level, Quartz reported.

No BP officials have been arrested in the last three years for violating civil rights, although agents are five times more likely to be arrested than other local, state, or federal law enforcement officers
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No BP officials have been arrested in the last three years for violating civil rights, although agents are five times more likely to be arrested than other local, state, or federal law enforcement officers

No BP officials have been arrested in the last three years for violating civil rights, although agents are five times more likely to be arrested than other local, state, or federal law enforcement officers

An Intercept investigation uncovered a culture of anti-undocumented migrant bigotry and xenophobic abuse among border agents after three anonymous former agents who had become whistleblowers with their stories in 2018.

An Intercept investigation uncovered a culture of anti-undocumented migrant bigotry and xenophobic abuse among border agents after three anonymous former agents who had become whistleblowers with their stories in 2018.

An Intercept investigation uncovered a culture of anti-undocumented migrant bigotry and xenophobic abuse among border agents after three anonymous former agents who had become whistleblowers with their stories in 2018.

A Intercept investigation revealed a culture of anti-undocumented migrant bigotry and xenophobic abuse among border agents after three anonymous former agents – whistleblowers came forward with their stories in 2018.

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Those findings were discovered, despite the fact that in 2016 Latin American Americans represented around half of the total workforce of the Border Patrol, according to the Daily signal.

McGilvray's career at the border patrol began in 2006, office officials told Los Angeles Times.

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