October 25, 2004

ABP Says Put Military on Border Now
Risk of terrorist attack rises with each day

American Border Patrol's video, Terror From Below: Death Across the Mexican Border, make the case for greater border protection.
Spencer Urges Immediate Action
Sierra Vista, Az. -- Glenn Spencer, head of American Border Patrol (ABP), is urging President Bush place the U.S. military on the Mexican and Canadian borders to stop all illegal immigration. Spencer said that Al Qaida terrorists could be massing near the Mexican border in order to move in for quick strikes.
    "We know exactly how they could do it with impunity," Spencer added. "The president of the United States' first obligation is the protection of the American people - not to put them at risk for political gain."
    Spencer said ABP will be using all of its resources to monitor the border this week.

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