Photos Of The Day
October 27, 2006
American Border Patrol

GRUPO BETA AND HUMANE BORDERS --- AIDING AND ABETTING THE INVASION OF THE U.S.

PHOTOS OF THE DAY -- October 27, 2006 - These photos were taken on October 25, at about noon. The top photo shows a vehicle belonging to Grupo Beta. (Note: The individual in the bed of the orange Grupo Beta pickup appears to be a 'migrant.') The bottom photo shows a vehicle used to service water stations provided by Humane Borders. The vehicles were seen about two miles apart and were probably working together. (A group of people were also seen in the brush between the two vehicles just south of the border. There is little no doubt Grupo Beta was aware of them-- video later.)
GRUPO BETA
"Driving through the desert regions south of the border in brightly painted orange trucks, Grupo Beta's job is to protect migrants along the border, not arrest them." (Washington Times)
"An elite law enforcement team called Grupo Beta protects illegal migrants as they sneak into the U.S. from corrupt Mexican officials and criminals-essentially pitting two types of Mexican lawlessness against each other."(Heather McDonald) (See this letter from 2001)
HUMANE BORDERS
Robin Hoover:
"The very first stations we put out there carried with them a requirement from the Department of the Interior that we actually have a public information program in Mexico detailing the exact location with maps to would be crossers so that they would know where to cross..." (American Patrol)  

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