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    Man released after tasing incident

    Man released after tasing incident

    April 18, 2011 4:33 PM



    BY JAMES GILBERT - SUN STAFF WRITER



    The man hospitalized last month after a tasing incident at the U.S. Port of Entry in San Luis is no longer in custody, according to a news release from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

    Victor L. Brabble, a CBP spokesman in Tucson, could not comment on the matter any further but did confirm that 41-year-old Jose Gutierrez Guzman, a longtime resident of Los Angeles before he was deported, is not presently in the agency's custody

    According to CBP officials, on March 30, Gutierrez was being processed at the San Luis port of entry for entering the country illegally when he suddenly tried to flee back into Mexico. That is when CBP officers tased him.

    ‚ÄúThe man was combative, ignored commands to halt and subsequently was subdued by CBP officers using an electronic control device,‚Ä
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    [quote]The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has granted Gutierrez a ‚Äútemporary stay‚Ä

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    Family fights musician's deportation


    by Jared Dillingham

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    Posted on April 15, 2011 at 5:47 PM


    PHOENIX - A Mexican-born rock star is in a coma at St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix, following a fight with border patrol agents.

    Jose Gutierrez-Guzman is the lead singer for FZ-10, a Hispanic group based in Los Angeles.

    He's lived in the United States since he was a child, but remains undocumented.

    Gutierrez was deported in March, but tried to gain entry back into the U.S. this week to visit his sick 4-year-old daughter in the hospital.

    The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol said Gutierrez was combative. He ended up tasered, badly bruised and unconscious.

    "He's black and blue, and his forehead is missing. He has no bone in his forehead because of massive swelling in his brain," said Gutierrez' wife, Shena.

    She and their children are all U.S. citizens.

    Officials planned to deport Gutierrez, despite his injuries, Friday morning, but the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals intervened and granted him a stay.

    In a statement, St. Joseph's Hospital officials said, "The situation related to our patient Jose Gutierrez continues to be very fluid. Earlier today we learned that the federal government will not be prosecuting Mr. Gutierrez, and he is no longer in their custody. Because of this change, any plans to transfer the patient anywhere today have been canceled."

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    Officials planned to deport Gutierrez, despite his injuries, Friday morning, but the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals intervened and granted him a stay.
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