A fatal shooting that claimed the life of Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie could have been friendly fire.
NBC News reported that investigators currently have two suspects in custody, but are not ruling out the possibility that other agents could have killed Ivie.
The FBI declined to comment on the report.
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