Human Rights Group Says Border Car Chases Led to 74 Deaths in Two Years

Posted 12/6/23

At least 74 people have been killed and 189 injured during high-speed car chases near the U.S.-Mexico border since Gov. Greg Abbott launched Operation Lone Star, a multi-billion dollar border security initiative, according to a report published by Human Rights Watch, a nonprofit agency.

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