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USA: "Terrorists can make it through the U.S.-Mexican border,"- Arizona Sheriffs' president01:27

USA: "Terrorists can make it through the U.S.-Mexican border,"- Arizona Sheriffs' president

United States, Washington DC
December 10, 2014 at 22:13 GMT +00:00 · Published

Approximately 25 sheriffs from across the United States converged on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., Wednesday to hold a press conference on their efforts to stop President of the United States Barack Obama's executive action granting amnesty to millions of undocumented immigrants. The group was joined by U.S. Senators Jeff Sessions of Alabama and David Vitter of Louisiana, as well as Tennessee Representative Marsha Blackburn.

The event was organised by Massachusetts Bristol County Sherriff Thomas Hodgson, who sent a letter to his colleagues across the United States in August calling them to join him in Washington D.C.to plead Congress and Obama to secure the border.

Sheriff Hodgson made his plea, appearing in front of Judiciary committee hearing 'The Impact on Local Communities Of The Release of Unaccompanied Alien Minors and the Need For Consultation And Notification' Wednesday morning.

USA: "Terrorists can make it through the U.S.-Mexican border,"- Arizona Sheriffs' president01:27
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Approximately 25 sheriffs from across the United States converged on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., Wednesday to hold a press conference on their efforts to stop President of the United States Barack Obama's executive action granting amnesty to millions of undocumented immigrants. The group was joined by U.S. Senators Jeff Sessions of Alabama and David Vitter of Louisiana, as well as Tennessee Representative Marsha Blackburn.

The event was organised by Massachusetts Bristol County Sherriff Thomas Hodgson, who sent a letter to his colleagues across the United States in August calling them to join him in Washington D.C.to plead Congress and Obama to secure the border.

Sheriff Hodgson made his plea, appearing in front of Judiciary committee hearing 'The Impact on Local Communities Of The Release of Unaccompanied Alien Minors and the Need For Consultation And Notification' Wednesday morning.