Prison time haunts freed former border agents
By Sara A. Carter
WASHINGTON — Former U.S. Border Patrol agent Ignacio "Nacho" Ramos wakes up in the middle of the night expecting a guard to shine a flashlight in his face. Jose Alonso Compean, his colleague, still has nightmares that he's not really home.
It has not been easy readjusting to life outside their one-man prison cells, where they spent the last two years of their lives in segregation.
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