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Driver Faces 5 Charges — And Potential Death Penalty — Over Immigrants' Deaths

Ten immigrants were found dead among the nearly 40 people who sat in a sweltering truck's trailer in San Antonio. Agents say James Matthew Bradley, Jr., 60, was sitting in the cab of the truck.
Dozens of people were found to have been smuggled into the U.S. in a tractor trailer that was parked at this Walmart in San Antonio, Texas. / SUZANNE CORDEIRO / Getty Images

A federal grand jury has indicted James Matthew Bradley, Jr., on five counts related to the discovery of dozens of immigrants who were crammed into a semi's trailer in a Walmart parking lot

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