Immigrant Jumps To Death Moments After Deportation

With just a plastic bag of belongings in his hand, a Mexican man who was deported from the United States Tuesday promptly killed himself, jumping off a bridge in view of the US border.

The 45-year-old was found lying on the floor yards away from El Chaparral border crossing next to a plastic bag of his belongings.

Witnesses reported that Olivas was visibly distressed and shouting that he did not want to return to Mexico.

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The man jumped from a bridge at the border about half an hour after his deportation.

Mexican migration officials said it was the third time Mr Olivas had been deported from the US. He died of a heart attack and concussion.

The US government released two memos on Tuesday aimed at speeding up the removal of illegal immigrants from the US. One includes instructions to enforce current rules that allow authorities to send some people caught illegally at the border back to Mexico, regardless of where they are from.

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Soon after being inaugurated president on January 20, President Donald Trump ordered action to begin construction of a wall along the 3,145km US-Mexico border, a tightening of border security and tougher enforcement against undocumented immigrants inside the country.

Olivas chose death over returning to Sinaloa, home of "the most powerful drug trafficking organization in the world", according to United States intelligence.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security head John Kelly will meet with Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto later this week to discuss several issues, including border security.

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