A federal court has sealed all filings in an immigration case against a Mexican man who was wounded in a shooting in which a Border Patrol agent was killed near the Mexican border.
Manuel Osorio-Arellanes is charged with re-entering the country after his June 2010 deportation.
But a search of publicly available records shows that he hasn't been charged in the Dec. 14 shooting death of Agent Brian Terry.
Authorities say Terry was waiting with other agents in a canyon north of Nogales, Ariz., when a shootout with border bandits erupted.
Osorio-Arellanes told the FBI that he raised a weapon at agents, but didn't fire after he realized who they were.
Osorio-Arellanes was shot during the incident.
His trial on the immigration charge is set for May 10.
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