January 20, 2004

Is the Gov't Targeting Border Patriots?
Chris Simcox Makes Case to Rep. Kolbe (R-Az)

Chris Simcox, left, and Jack Foote, right, confront Rep. Jim Kolbe at January 15 town hall meeting in Sierra Vista.
LAYING IN WAIT
(American Patrol) -- On January 6, 2003, Chris Simcox, publisher of the Tombstone Tumbleweed and head of the Civil Homeland Defense citizens group, was arrested by park rangers on the Coronado National Monument in Southern Arizona. He was charged with carrying a loaded weapon in violation of park regulations. AP reported at the time that the park rangers were laying in wait, but not for Simcox, for American Patrol. Simcox was recently convicted of a misdemeanor. On January 15, Simcox confronted Arizona congressman Jim Kolbe (R) claiming that the trial proved that federal authorities were targeting border patriots.
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