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Saturday, August 14, 2004

Illegals from terrorist nations crossing border into Arizona.

August 14, 2004
Investigators have spent the last three months talking to experts and eyewitnesses. The stories are compelling and the evidence is frightening, and just this week, Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo released a report showing that the problem is worse than anyone thought. Here's what the Eyewitness News 4 Investigators uncovered.

"[A] Muslim prayer blanket. It was found about a mile and a half west from the Douglas port of entry in 2001." ...

In recent years, Vance says, the evidence some illegals leave behind is alarming. Vance says, "Other log books, diary-type things, other bits and pieces of paper with Arabic written on them found in the area over the last few years. ...

The investigators found that on this day, several individuals of this kind were being detained here, including some from Sudan, Iran, and even Iraq.
These are just the ones who were caught. ... Who are they? They're called 'Special Interest Aliens" or "SIA." According to Ben Anderson, a retired U.S. Army Colonel, The SIA that they don't want to talk about. That's special interest alien. These are people from those countries that we consider terrorist threats." ..."You will not read about that. You will not hear about that. They will not talk about that. They will not provide that info to the press. ... They pay to learn Spanish language skills, and by the time they reach the U.S., they're acting and talking like Mexicans to fool border agents. ...

Stoddard spent 17 years as a Border Patrol agent and supervisor in the Tucson Sector before retiring. "What's scary is that I can show you places out here on the line right now where 18-wheelers can be driven across." "These 18-wheelers can be loaded with anything -- illegal aliens, atomic weapons, whatever." ...

Tancredo says some illegals from terrorist nations are paying as much as $50,000 to be smuggled in. He says they're not paying that kind of money simply to work at a 7/11. FR Reprint.


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