Ana Suda and Martha "Mimi" Hernandez, who live in the small town of Havre, Montana, say they were detained by a border patrol agent while waiting to pay for groceries at a local convenience store in May 2018.
The agent, Paul O'Neill, approached them, commented on their accent, and asked where they were born, according to the ACLU. When they responded -- Suda is from Texas and Hernandez is from California -- he asked to see identification and questioned them for 40 minutes, they say.
O'Neal eventually returned their licenses and told them they could go, the court document says.
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