Border officer responds to questions under oath about handling of incident that led to tragedy

A lawyer for the family of Cruz Velazquez asks Officer Valerie Baird whether she feels 'guilty' that the teenager died after she appeared to encourage him to drink from a bottle containing liquid methamphetamine.
1:44 | 07/29/17

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Transcript for Border officer responds to questions under oath about handling of incident that led to tragedy
We told that he was. Cody didn't die. Okay. And on the call. The group called. Losing your composure. My name thank you recall. I mean to go back capsize and. According to the San Diego. Cook County medical examiner sixteen year road crews Marcelino. Alaska's house of NATO. Died at age 57 PM. Of acute methamphetamine. Toxic. Less than two hours after he first drank from the suspicious Bob. And felt guilty that mr. Ruskin. Include. I don't lose hope did you not feel guilty that he was. He's not without fault. He was doing something he ought not to have been doing the issue was in such a circumstance. Is the death penalty. Yes so quick and cool. Is that deserved. Coolidge and within his own body. And god.

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