Texas truck deaths: Activists blame 'hateful' anti-immigrant laws

‘Hateful’ anti-immigrant laws led to the deaths of 10 people found in the back of a truck in Texas, activists said.

    ‘Hateful’ anti-immigrant laws led to the deaths of 10 people found in the back of a truck in Texas, activists said.

    The driver of the vehicle, due in court on Thursday, could face the death penalty if convicted.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from San Antonio, Texas.


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