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1 | San Diego A Dangerous Job, Now Deadly U.S. border-patrol agent Robert W. Rosas, 30, was killed July 23 near the remote town of Campo, Calif., while tailing a group of suspected drug smugglers and illegal immigrants. He was the first member of the border patrol to be shot and killed in the line of duty in more than a decade. The murder prompted a massive multiagency manhunt involving federal, state and Mexican law enforcement. But while authorities in Mexico have detained five suspects, an FBI spokesman says the case--one that highlights the increasing risk of Mexican drug violence surging...

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