The official findings of the investigation into whether Mounted Police at the border whipped migrants are complete, and as expected, it shows the police did not whip or strike migrants in Del Rio, Texas, in September 2021.
The Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) investigation took nine months, and they found that during a mass migration event where 15,000 Haitian migrants camped out under a bridge in Del Rio, police used long reins to control their horses, but didn't strike any migrants with them.
The report did find that four of the officers did act inappropriately by threatening to use force on the migrants and may have used denigrating language toward a child.
A Discipline Review Board (DRB) will decide whether to take any action against the officers. The four officers have been on administrative duty since the investigation started.
The likely result, if they are disciplined, is a suspension of 14 days or less without pay, a Customs and Border Patrol agent told Breitbart anonymously.
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