Video shows Border Patrol SUV striking man in Arizona

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- The Border Patrol says it's investigating an incident involving an indigenous man who is seen on video being struck by an agent's vehicle.

In the aftermath of the incident, Indivisible Tohono, a group focused on federal and state policies affecting the Tohono O'odham Nation, uploaded the video on their Twitter handle condemning the inhumane actions of border patrol officers.

Border Patrol agents transported Chavez to the detention center located in the El Paso-Juárez Metropolitan Border Area in Texas where he will be held pending prosecution on federal charges of illegal entry without inspection.

"They ran me over, bro", the man is head saying in the video.

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Talking to Arizona Daily Star later, Remes, a resident of Tohono O' odham Nation, said he ran into the dirt road because he was certain the police would try and hit him.

The agents tried to conduct a traffic stop, but the driver sped off, the Border Patrol told the TV station.

The Native American man said that it all started when he went outside to search for a speaker to listen to music.

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'I think he saw me on the landline and didn't think I was recording, ' he said of the agent. The SUV then drives away.

"I'm doing all right, I'm just a little sore, really", Remes said Friday. Even after installing vehicle-blocking barricades across the border at the government's request in the 2000s, tribe members can still go in and out of Mexico relatively easily to visit each other or take part in ancestral ceremonies. "We do not tolerate misconduct on or off duty and will fully cooperate with all investigations of alleged unlawful conduct by our personnel", the Border Patrol said.

Agents found and arrested 62 undocumented immigrants hidden inside a home in Laredo, Texas Tuesday, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Border Patrol officials did not immediately respond to questions from The Washington Post, but a spokesman for the agency's Arizona office told the New York Times that it was cooperating with the investigation.

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