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    Administrator Jean's Avatar
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    TX: Cameron County Border Wall Lawsuits Heading to Court Fri

    Cameron County Border Wall Lawsuits Heading to Court Friday

    Updated: Jan 21, 2008 03:04 PM PST

    The Brownsville's Public Utilities Board and 11 Cameron County landowners will have their day in court Friday.

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security filed 12 eminent domain lawsuits against them last week as part of their efforts to build a border wall to control illegal immigration and drug smuggling.

    PUB and the landowners refused to allow federal officials access to their land but the government is now trying to use land condemnation and eminent domain laws to do so.

    Court records show Homeland Security officials and the landowners will meet in court in an hearing before U.S. District Court Judge Andrew S. Hanen at 1:30 p.m. Friday. ... 5&nav=0w0v
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    Senior Member Dixie's Avatar
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    Hmmm, DHS is representing 300 thousand Americans vs 11 jerks.
    America needs the fence.

    I think we should just start build a fence on this side of them and if they don't give in, don't give them a gate.

    Those idiots think they control an internation boundary and I bet there is an easement built into their deeds too.

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    Has anyone heard Gov. Perry make any comments about this yet? Very curious what if anything he does or say about this land domain issue...
    "We are being destroyed from within"

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