Disabled Man Mistakenly Deported The family of Pedro Guzman is filing a federal lawsuit today on behalf of their son, a U.S. citizen who was mistakenly deported to Mexico. He was eventually found but his family said his mental state has completely deteriorated.
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Disabled Man Mistakenly Deported

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The family of Pedro Guzman is filing a federal lawsuit today on behalf of their son. Guzman is a mentally disabled U.S. citizen who was mistakenly deported to Mexico this past summer. He was eventually found but his family said his mental state has completely deteriorated.

KQED's Rob Schmitz reports.