"We do carry our guns because it can be dangerous
depending on who you meet up with out in the desert. My ranch
is 22,000 acres. There are no phones out there. We carry cell
phones and radios. But still, law enforcement is hours away if
we get into trouble with armed drug runners who don't want to
lose their drugs. We don't worry too much about the aliens, they
are usually just interested in getting across. But the drug traffickers
are another story. They are very dangerous, well armed, and there
have been several reports where they have shot at people in the
-----Roger Barnett - Testimony at IRAW
- June, 1999
Rancher wants military intervention at border
The 22,000-acre ranch bordering the highway has
been inundated with illegal traffic, and summer heat hasn't stopped
the human monsoon, he said. The undocumented aliens and drug
runners leave behind cut fences, water bottles, plastic, trash
and clothing. "There's a lot of it," Barnett said.
----The Bisbee Observer, Bisbee, AZ, 10 July
Mr. Barnett is a rancher
in Cochise County, Arizona, who has experienced an onslaught
of foreign invaders from Mexico crossing his property. Roger
and his brother have detained numerous invaders who were turned
over to the Border Patrol.
Roger Barnett (r) with Scott Baldauf
of the Christian Science Monitor
Former head of the
Border Patrol's Tucson Sector
Says Ron Sanders, chief patrol agent on
the Tucson sector and an official of the Chief's Association:
"We are witnessing a dramatic increase in the number of
complaints received from ranchers, farmers, local law enforcement
agencies, and providers of social services that have been impacted
by these shifts in illegal immigration patterns. [Yet] the Border
Patrol Strategic Plan has not been revised since it was implemented
Patrol Agent (Ret.)
April 12, 1999 Article in
The Tucson Citizen
Dave Stoddard, a retired Border Patrol
agent living in Hereford, said he keeps a firearm in every room
in his home and is ready if a confrontation ensues. "I
don't feel safe in my home, and I don't feel safe going out to
the car at night," he said. The ranchers want more patrol
agents and the military to take control of the border.
June 7, 1999 Letter to Rep. Jim
"Excuse me Mr. Kolbe? It is ridiculous
to place responsibility where it belongs? Mexico is a country
that officially encourages its citizens to illegally enter the
United States. And, high level Mexican governmental officials
make public statements such as that made by Roberto Rodriguez-Hernandez,
Mexican Consul in Nogales concerning illegal Mexican aliens coming
into the United States, "They are going to cross because
they need the jobs. They have the right to do that".
March 18, 1999
Statement of David J. Stoddard before the House
Subcommittee on Immigration and Claims
Testimony at IRAW - 1999
"The area along the Mexican border
has become a "no man's land" where lawlessness prevails.
Criminals strike and flee to freedom in a country where they
are coddled, even admired. They rape, rob and beat their own
countrymen and others with impunity."
Arizona Daily Star Article - 1/4/2000
Larry Vance Jr. heads Concerned Citizens
of Cochise County, a group of ranchers and other residents of
rural areas along the border here. He agreed that the Border
Patrol has been able to gain better control over illegal entries
in Douglas, but said the flow of illegal immigrants continues
unabated in the areas outside the city where he and other members
of the group live.
Article in TIME Magazine - 9/27/99
Larry Vance, a utility-company technician,
climbs a 30-ft.-high watchtower in his backyard to spot aliens
crossing his 20 acres. Says he: "You've got to understand
that this is an invasion."
Cochise County Concerned
and Larry Vance Jr., at the U.S.-Mexico border on January 19,
2000 during Buchanan's visit. During the visit Buchanan severely
criticized the Clinton - Gore administration for its "neglect"
of immigration and border issues.
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