Members of LUPE hold photos of people who have been killed by law enforcement, according to the Southern Border Communities Coalition, during a news conference and vigil Thursday Nov. 1

 

              Members of LUPE hold photos of people who have been killed by law enforcement, according to the Southern Border Communities Coalition, during a news conference and vigil Thursday Nov. 1
Members of LUPE hold photos of people who have been killed by law enforcement, according to the Southern Border Communities Coalition, during a news conference and vigil Thursday Nov. 1, 2012, on the corner of Farm-to-Market Road 2221 and Mile 7 near La Joya, Texas. The Texas trooper who fired on a fleeing pickup truck from a helicopter near the U.S.-Mexico border, killing two illegal immigrants hiding in the bed, has returned to work but in a different role, the state Department of Public Safety said Thursday. The announcement came less than an hour after the American Civil Liberties Union and local civil rights organizations gathered near the site of the Oct. 25 shooting to demand an investigation by an independent body outside the agency. (AP Photo/The Monitor, Gabe Hernandez)