Mike Vickers owns a sleepy little 1,000 acre ranch that borders the U.S.-Mexico border. Vickers says that a minimum of 30 illegal immigrants cross his ranch, each and every day. The problem is that the Border Patrol station is just over five miles away and getting help to the ranch is time is just useless most days.
Vickers recently found something on his ranch that one of the illegal-aliens dropped, and that single find has Vickers, the local community and the entire Border Patrol in alarm.
In May, Vickers discovered a dictionary on his property, but this is no ordinary dictionary on English dialect. The book is Urdu-to-English, something that many American's are unfamiliar with and are soon about to be as disturbed as the local political arena in and around the country.
Urdu is the National language of Pakistan. The language is in fact spoken in many parts of Afghanistan and India. The discovery of the book on the ranch brings to question "are extremists crossing our borders
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