Couple To Vacation With Minutemen

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 across the country — the Rileys among them — are fanning out along America’s borders this month under the auspices of a passion-stirring movement known as the Minuteman project.

Formed a year ago, the Minutemen in April conducted an intense surveillance of the Mexican border they called a “muster,” seeking to stem what it calls a “human flood.” This month is the group’s second such operation.

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2 Responses to “Couple To Vacation With Minutemen”

  1. Max Says:

    In April we had a retired Police Cheif from Memphis and his wife spend their 25th Wedding Aniversary on the Huachucca line and they spotted and reported 12 aliens at Ash Canyon and one border patrol agent showed up at 12:30 am and tracked the group into the brush…four hours later he brought out 8 illegal aliens…the coyote was using night vision..Hooray and thank God for Americans like Bill and Jane Riley.

  2. Jack M. Moutrie Says:

    I am looking for”Building a North American Community,” the shadow government’s 59-page manifesto for merger, we are informed President Bush, Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin “committed their governments” to this goal March 23 when they met in Texas. You might remember that little get-together.
    It was there that Bush characterized the “Minuteman organization” of heroic citizen border monitors as “vigilantes.”

    Reference: “Merger with Mexico,” Posted: July 20, 2005

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