Well it took a month and a half for this to get unraveled, and meanwhile taxpayers paid for 30 law enforcement officials to go looking for nonexistent undocumented immigrants who some guys claimed had stole their RV and shot at them, when in fact it was merely two of three of them good ol' boys just exchanging,,,, friendly,,,, fire.... Meanwhile the swell Texas Ag commissioner Sid Miller who loves social media was blathering online about how this is why we need the wall and yada yada and his post went around the world thousands of times before he deleted it. STUPID PEOPLE, FAKE NEWS, REAL BS. What gets me about this is, the whole thing gets put to "using deadly conduct by discharging firearms" so there's no record that what this was about was false accusation of nonexistent undocumented immigrants for a crime the previously self-proclaiming "victims" actually perpetrated. File under there oughta be a law... there probably is a law, just not in Texas Two hunters indicted in Texas ranch shooting they blamed on immigrants A grand jury indicted Michael Bryant and Walker Daugherty, 26, last week on one charge each of using deadly conduct by discharging firearms in the direction of others, Presidio County Sheriff Danny Dominguez told KOSA-TV. A deputy responded to the Jan. 6 shooting at the Circle Dug Ranch where they found Daugherty and client, 59-year-old Edwin Roberts, with gunshot wounds. The hunters claimed unauthorized immigrants from Mexico tried stealing the RV they were using. Daugherty even started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for his medical expenses, which reportedly garnered more than $20,000. An investigation concluded that Daugherty shot Roberts, and Bryant shot Daugherty, the sheriff told the TV station, adding that the incident was nothing but a friendly fire. The hunters’ accusation made headlines and reached Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, who’s been scrutinized for sharing the fake news on social media. “This is why we need the wall and to secure our borders,” Miller wrote in a Facebook post that was shared more than 6,500 times before being deleted, according to the Houston Chronicle. "There are violent criminals and members of drug cartels coming in and it must put a stop to it before we have many more Walker Daughertys." About 30 law enforcement officials searched the area where the hunters were staying and found no evidence of border violence or of other people approaching the ranch that night, authorities said.