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U.S. Bounty Hunters Face Charges in Mexico

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U.S. Bounty Hunters Face Charges in Mexico

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U.S. Bounty Hunters Face Charges in Mexico

U.S. Bounty Hunters Face Charges in Mexico

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Three American men who captured Max Factor heir and convicted rapist Andrew Luster face up to eight years in a Mexican prison. A Mexican judge has ruled that U.S. bounty hunter Duane Chapman, his brother and his son should stand trial for abducting Luster in Mexico, where bounty hunting is illegal. Hear Eric Niiler of member station KPBS.

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