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MOORE, Oklahoma - A Moore family is still shaken after ICE agents raided the wrong house.
According to the family, it's a case of mistaken identity, and now they want to make sure it doesn't happen again.
"I don't feel too good," said Carlos Estrada Barrintos. "I don't sleep too good, I wake up like at 5:30 in the morning, you know because it's still in my mind."
[...]With guns drawn in the home he's lived in for over 10 years, Estrada says agents realized after about five minutes they had the wrong guy. But he says he was kept in handcuffs for another 40 minutes to be fingerprinted. He says he was even asked for his green card.
[...]He was told he had been under surveillance by ICE agents for three years and was showed a picture of himself at his job in 2010.