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ACLU Demands Border Patrol Respect Citizens’ Right to Record Checkpoints

• Photography Is Not a Crime

It started with what the Border Patrol called a “temporary checkpoint” in a small border town in southern Arizona.

Then came the surveillance towers that began monitoring the activities of the residents of Arivaca, a town of less than 1,000 people about 25 miles from the Mexican border.

Then came more checkpoints. And helicopters. And drones....

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