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Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty 

A Border Patrol surveillance truck sits camouflaged atop a hill in southeastern Arizona. The truck employs a camera that senses body heat to help agents spot immigrants from as far away as seven miles.

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