Minutemen Set to Guard Mexican Border

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So far, the turnout for the month-long citizen's border patrol, known as the Minutemen, is far lower than predicted, but their protest has put issues of vigilantism and illegal immigration in the national spotlight. We check in along the Arizona border for the latest.


Ted Robbins, NPR's Southwest Correspondent

Chris Simcox, owner and publisher, Tombstone Tumbleweed newspaper; founder of Civil Homeland Defense and Coordinator for the Minuteman Project



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