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Border Patrol told to stand down in Arizona

U.S. Border Patrol agents have been ordered not to arrest illegal aliens along the section of the Arizona border where protesters patrolled last month because an increase in apprehensions there would prove the effectiveness of Minuteman volunteers, The Washington Times has learned.
More than a dozen agents, all of whom asked not to be identified for fear of retribution, said orders relayed by Border Patrol supervisors at the Naco, Ariz., station made it clear that arrests were "not to go up" along the 23-mile section of border that the volunteers monitored to protest illegal immigration.

this makes sence NOT!! it shows how incomptent the boarder patrol is


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'it shows how incomptent the boarder patrol is'

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No Mark, if true it shows how corrupt and incompetant the Border Patrol's LEADERSHIP is.

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(NT) (NT) i stand corected your right

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You are both right IMO.......

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as I've lived more than 60 years within 150 miles of the border and in/near a big city that is 58% Mexican American. Have only seen a Border Patrol vehicle maybe on four occasion in all that time near San Antonio. Driving through El Paso though, will always see at least 2 Border Patrol vehicles on Interstate IH-10 as there is only a fence seperating Mexico from the curb of IH-10 in some places. The illegals are constantly crossing IH-10 and they are trying to keep the deaths down from car collisions. Course' across the border in El Paso is not a place for any woman/girl, they have had more than 250 young girls killed there in the last few years. I believe they are making a major movie about it now to come out soon.

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And, you know, I like and voted for President Bush

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but, his sucking up to the good looking Fox, who wants all his citizens to go to the US..illegally..if Bush doesn't cowl-down to his 'Foxing'. I expect them to hold hand and kiss at the 'Ranch' like was done with that 'Prince'.
(Gee, hope I don't start up Dave & co. about Bush..lol)

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(NT) (NT) Seems the citizen action is pretty effective, I hear

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yes thats why the bp wont make arrests under orders

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as it will be an embarasing thing

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