Border Action Network is attacking us while at the same time
helping to organize lawlessness on our border," Glenn Spencer
observed. "We intend to let the American people know what
is happening on our border, and that includes the role of the
Border Action Network and the Southern Poverty Law Center,"
||Naco, AZ -
(4/5/03) - A cross border rally designed to erode the ability
of the United States to control its borders turned ugly Saturday
when an American
Border Patrol (ABP) videographer, Glenn Spencer, was accosted
by a group of people who began hurling invectives. Spencer said
he positioned his ATV away from the main group but that some
apparently knew what the ABP Border Cam looked like and immediately
headed for him. "I was being surrounded and there was no
doubt in my mind I was in physical danger," Spencer added.
"It is clear that these people do not want America to know
what is going on on the border." Spencer returned to ABPs
MIST system where he continued to tape the event.