Border Patrol Agent Tried to Protect Child Molestation Suspect: Prosecutors

A veteran Border Patrol agent tried to protect a child molestation suspect, used government computers to sidetrack an investigation and harassed the alleged victim's father, federal prosecutors allege in a complaint released Friday.
Prosecutors say Duran was trying to protect his brother-in-law, who was suspected of molesting an 11-year-old boy in Tijuana.
According to the criminal complaint, the boy’s father is a legal U.S. resident with no criminal background. But on five different occasions in 2013, Duran allegedly caused the man to be sent to secondary inspection and detained for hours.
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