Tuesday, December 12, 2006

American Border PatrolGeorgia Officials Visit the Border Four members of the Georgia State Legislature visited the border ranch of American Border Patrol and got a first-hand look at America's front line. "We decided to come to the front gate to determine how this is happening and why this is happening," said State Senator Chip Rogers, during an interview with Glenn Spencer. Others visiting ABP were Tom Graves, Barry Loudermilk and Martin Scott, all of the Georgia State Assembly. The four officials were taken on a tour of the border on the ABP ranch and shown the advance technology used by ABP to "Tell the Truth About the Border." They were escorted to the border by D. A. King of the Dustin Inman Society. Watch