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Commentator Ruben Navarrette talks about the irony he sees in the case of Mexican immigrants who were apparently framed for cocaine possession by Dallas police and deported. The powdery evidence turned out by gypsum, an ingredient in plasterboard. He says Mexicans expect their own police to falsely accuse innocent people but wouldn't expect such a thing in the United States.

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