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Mexico is concerned that a recent Supreme Court ruling on cross-border shootings will set a precedent.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court barred a lawsuit by the family of a Mexican teenager shot on the Mexican side of the border against a Border Patrol agent who was on the U.S. side. In response, the Mexican government had “deep concerns about the effects that this decision will have on other similar cases, in which Mexican citizens have died from gunshots fired by U.S. agents towards the Mexican side.”

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