But Culberson County Sheriff Oscar Carrillo, who was one of the first responders on the scene, told The Dallas Morning News a different story. He found no evidence the agents were attacked. He said his office was called "to assist in the incident as an injury, not an assault." The sheriff sees a lot of accidents along the desert highway, and he speculates a tractor trailer may have sideswiped the men as they stood on the roadside. Nonetheless, elected officials quickly trumpeted the story to fan the flames of border hysteria. President Trump cited the incident as a justification for building his border wall. Sen. Ted Cruz called it "a stark reminder of the ongoing threat that an unsecure border poses."


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