Property owners along US/Mexico border get notices from federal government about ‘tactical infrastructure’

KENS-TV reports residents in the town of Escobares received letters from the Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection a few weeks ago to get their consent to survey their land… MORE

7 Comments on Property owners along US/Mexico border get notices from federal government about ‘tactical infrastructure’

  1. I’m all for the wall. As a sixth generation Texan I have known the need for one since I was old enough to think. Some landowners will agree but there will be some that will have to be forced by the use of eminent domain. Cattlemen using the Rio Grande as a water source for stock may oppose this also unless other contingencies are made.
    You cannot effectively defend an open border unless you declare a 1 mile wide and 2100 mile long army base at the border.

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  2. Waiting for a Federal district judge in Hawaii to declare eminent domain for a border wall unconstitutional in three … two … one …

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