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Texas tractor-trailer driver ‘high on meth’ appears in court charged with the deaths of 53 migrants

The Texas truck driver who was allegedly ‘high on meth’ and killed 53 migrants from Mexico and Central America – known as ‘the deadliest human trafficking’ episode in US history – appeared in federal court on Thursday. 

Homero Zamorano, Jr., 45, was arrested on Wednesday on criminal charges for his alleged involvement in a botched smuggling ring that resulted in the dozens of deaths, according to the Department of Justice and the US Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Texas.   

Zamorano cowardly hid in the brush after attempting to evade San Antonio police officers by posing as a survivor, a Mexican immigrant official said. 

Federal prosecutors said two of the suspects, including Zamorano, the driver, face charges carrying potential life sentences or the death penalty,…


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