It’s personal for the border town allegedly targeted by a suspected terrorist who repeated the president’s “invasion” language about immigrants.
Twenty people were murdered and dozens more injured in hate-inspired attack in a Walmart in El Paso, but this city refuses to be torn apart.
Patricia and Manuel Oliver came to the border to unveil a mural to Joaquin, who was killed last year. Then they got the messages.
Feds let reporters look at children but not speak to them. A lawyer who went last week says he stands by what he saw.