Archive for the 'Citizen Patrols' Category

Minutemen Hit The Canadian Border Again

Friday, February 24th, 2006

Bellingham Herald
The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps plan to return Whatcom County?s northern border with Canada this weekend.
About 12 to 15 volunteers will man points between Blaine and Sumas beginning Saturday morning, said Tom Williams, a Deming resident who is the chapter leader of the Washington Minuteman Detachment.
He said volunteers will prepare for a coming monthlong […]

Border Patrol Nabs 2 Pakistani’s At California Border

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

California Border Watch
(CBW) volunteers today observed & reported a vehicle which appeared from nowhere and was moving at high speed down the border fence road in Campo, CA. The Border Patrol intercepted the vehicle and found 2 illegal aliens from Pakistan inside. A camera with photos of the border […]

Critics Soften Their Image Of Minutemen

Monday, December 19th, 2005

Tuscon Citizen
The Minuteman Project was launched this year amid fears that racist extremists would confront and possibly injure illegal immigrants crossing into Arizona.
But there were no significant confrontations - no fights and rarely any excitement - when hundreds of people traveled to the Arizona desert in April to watch for illegal immigrants and report them […]

Texans Back Police Help On Immigration Law

Sunday, December 11th, 2005

Chron.com
Three out of four Texans think local police should help enforce immigration law, and nearly half think citizen border patrols such as the Minutemen are a good thing, according to a new statewide poll.

Vietnam Vet Holds Vigil On Border

Monday, December 5th, 2005

The Washington Times
Looking somewhat like a pirate with his black eye patch, tousled blond hair and a swarthy tan gained after four months outdoors, the former Marine — who lost an eye after stepping on a mine during fighting in Vietnam in 1967 — said the presence of civilian volunteers along the border to assist […]

Minutemen To Arrive In Elgin, Ill

Monday, November 7th, 2005

Suburban Chicago News
Elgin — A grass-roots group that wants to stop immigrants from illegally entering the country will meet here next week.
The group’s leaders plan on using the ‘moral outrage’ of residents over the recent Larkin High School Mexican anthem incident to lure people to join the organization.
‘Illegal aliens are breaking the law. They’re here […]

Letters To The Editor

Friday, October 28th, 2005

Link to source.
Border watchers doing an outstanding job
The North County Times continues to belittle the efforts of the patriotic Americans and concerned citizens who volunteer their days and weeks to help guard California’s borders (Re: ?Measuring border watch group’s success,? Oct. 9).
I have witnessed firsthand that these border-watching groups have helped the Border Patrol shut […]

Minuteman Co-Founder Says Group Hounded By ‘’Domestic Terrorists'’

Sunday, October 23rd, 2005

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MONTPELIER, Vt. –A co-founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps says its volunteers have been harassed by what he calls “domestic terrorists” who have threatened violence.
Topics: Minuteman Project, Minutemen, Border Security, Patrols, terrorists, violent gangs, drug smugglers, slave traders, crimes
By Wilson Ring, Associated Press Writer | October 13, 2005
“I think those groups should […]

CA Minutemen Could Rent Or Buy Campo Home

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

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What began this summer as a series of temporary civilian patrols along the border in East County could become permanent, with at least one border watch group hoping to establish a long-term address.
Real estate agents who work in the Campo area have received inquiries from people identifying themselves as part of a patrol […]

McCaul Proposes Volunteer Border Corps

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

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Washington — U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Austin, introduced legislation Thursday that would allow controversial volunteer groups such as the Minuteman Project to patrol the nation’s borders under the supervision of the Department of Homeland Security.
‘This will harness and channel the energy and the spirit of volunteerism in a productive and positive way,’ McCaul […]

Hispanic Magazine Article

Tuesday, October 18th, 2005

There is an article on illegal immigration in the October ‘05 issue of Hispanic Magazine. It’s poorly written crap. The article titled “Border Justice” ends with a quote from Enrique Morones saying how he videotaped the CA Minutemen and he saw Confederate flags and swastikas. What a fucking liar. Let’s see […]

The Magnificent Minutemen

Monday, October 17th, 2005

by Mike Vanderboegh
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I just returned from a week on the Mexican border with the New Mexico Minuteman Project. Based in Hachita, the New Mexico Minutemen, aided by volunteers from all over the country– Washington state to Georgia, Alabama to Pennsylvania and Florida to California– spend their time broiling by day and freezing by […]

Gone To The Border

Monday, October 10th, 2005

I’ll be at the California-Mexican border all week with the Minutemen so I won’t be able to post.
Right now on the California border we have two groups of border watchers, the CA Minutemen and the Minutemen Corps of California. I believe the watchers from the Friends of the Border Patrol are now helping Tim […]

Couple To Vacation With Minutemen

Monday, October 10th, 2005

Bill and Jane Riley will vacation in the unlikely destination of Nogales, whiling away their days perched in lawnchairs beneath the Arizona sun, scanning the horizon for Mexicans crossing the border.
The Baldwin Borough couple, both in their 70s, don’t expect any trouble. But they’ll both be packing pistols just in case.
More than 4,000 volunteers from […]

Howard Dean Is A Race Baiting Fool

Sunday, October 9th, 2005

Black drug addicts kill five illegal aliens in Georgia and Howard Dean seems to think the Minutemen have something to do with it.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean issued the following statement:
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families of the recent attacks against Hispanic immigrants in Georgia, as they […]