Citizens Take Up Border Patrol in Arizona Scores of self-appointed citizen border watchers converge on southern Arizona for the start of a controversial month-long patrol for illegal immigrants. The so-called Minutemen say they're not looking for trouble, but are just fed-up with lax enforcement by the U.S. Border Patrol.
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Citizens Take Up Border Patrol in Arizona

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Scores of self-appointed citizen border watchers converge on southern Arizona for the start of a controversial month-long patrol for illegal immigrants. The so-called Minutemen say they're not looking for trouble, but are just fed-up with lax enforcement by the U.S. Border Patrol.