As details continue to emerge in the ongoing investigation into the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry (picture, left) in Arizona late last year, more questions and suspicions are being raised as well, reports Liberty News Network national correspondent Andy Ramirez.
The New York Times story sets the scene of a shocking situation in the foothills of San Gabriel, California:
A substitute teacher in Arizona’s public schools detonated a rhetorical bomb when a letter he wrote to a state senator was read on the state Senate’s floor to support legislation requiring parents to prove their children are citizens of the United States before the children may enter school.
The Border Patrol collared 13 illegal aliens, disguised as U.S. Marines, trying to cross the border in San Diego, Calif.
According to the Los Angeles Times and other news outlets, the faux government van in which they were traveling, as well as its altered government license plates, tipped off the border agents.