October 3, 2004

ABP Launches "October Surmise"
Group will report October 25 on border progress

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Sierra Vista, AZ -- American Border Patrol, the non-profit border watchdog group, is launching a major effort to assess progress of the Bush Administration in controlling the Arizona/Mexico border. Pegged "October Surmise," the project will involve the use of high tech gear, including the Border Hawk UAV, ground sensors and infrared cameras. According to Glenn Spencer, head of ABP, the media are already responding. "HDNet is just finishing its work and major network affiliate will be here Tuesday," Spencer said. "On October 25 we are going to render our opinion as to whether the Bush Administration is serious about controlling the border, or whether its efforts are nothing more than a hoax." "This president has one final chance for redemption," Spencer added.
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