July 19, 2004

'A-Team' Spots Over 150 Invaders
High Tech Camera Used to Monitor Border

Infrared camera shows illegal aliens invading the United States just east of Naco, Arizona, at approximately 4:30 a.m. on July 12, 2004.
     Naco, Arizona - July 12 -- Using a high resolution infrared camera, the "A-Team," a group of citizens concerned with stopping the invasion of the United States, staked out a section of the border east of Naco during the night of July 12, and counted more than one hundred and fifty invaders.
    Interestingly, the invaders passed just east of a water station installed by "Humane Borders," a group dedicated to keeping the borders open. "The idea that invaders need water thirty seconds after they cross the border is crazy," said Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol. "We are proud of these citizens and encourage more such efforts," he added.
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