Border Patrol Agents Justified in Using Deadly Force 

Two border patrol agents involved in a deadly shooting in Jackman in June were justified in using deadly force.That conclusion by the Attorney General’s office which investigated the shooting of 75-year-old Charles Robinson.The agents entered his home and returned fire after Robinson fired a shotgun blast that injured one of the agents.The agents thought a woman was still inside the home and in danger, when she had actually already left the building.Police say Robinson had threatened the woman after she called them to say Robinson was drunk and had hurt himself in a fall.