A windfall for the family of a drug smuggler

Washington Post:
U.S. border officers told a Mexican teen to drink liquid meth. His family received $1 million for his death.

The boy had just crossed the border with two bottles he claimed were apple juice. Customs and Border Protection agents told him to drink it to prove he wasn't lying. Two hours later he was dead.
This is as crazy as the person who drank the meth.  Would anyone pay this guy money to smuggle apple juice into the US?  Of course not.  All the guy had to do was either refuse to drink it or confess.  This sounds like an injustice to the US taxpayers and a reward to a family that does not deserve it.


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