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>> After Border Patrol agent Rogelio Martinez died in November, President Trump quickly tweeted that Martinez had been, quote, killed and that his death was more evidence for a border wall with Mexico. But months later, the FBI says there was no evidence of an attack. Martinez and another agent were on duty when they were found in a culvert with head injuries and broken bones, Martinez died of blunt force trauma.
The agents survived but remembered nothing. An autopsy report released late on Tuesday showed the cause of death has not been determined. The FBI said that it has made no arrests. Culberson County sheriff told local news in November that the agents may have been sideswiped by a truck. The other agent radioed in that they had, quote, ran into a culvert.
In the statement the FBI El Paso field office said quote, today, none of the more than 650 interviews completed, location searched, where evidence collected and analyzed, have produced evidence that will support the existence of a scuffle, altercation or attack.