” The officer said in police documents he thinks Johnson tried to spray the cruiser twice but missed the first of all time. How secure do you think I feel with what I’ve seen?” Grand Isle County State’s Attorney Douglas DiSabito told the weekly newspaper his office is taking the criminal case seriously. Johnson, who said he had seen a number of border patrol agents parked at different kinds times near just where he was spreading manure on Aug. Border Patrol car was sprayed with manure in Vermont.
A U.S. Mark Johnson, who says his livelihood in agriculture has been nearly ruined by illegal immigrants working on local farms, is accused of spraying a border patrol vehicle with manure on Aug. The 53-year-old man, who does old usual custom manure spreading in northern Vermont, told the Lake Champlain Islander, a weekly newspaper, he was unhappy with the lack of serious efforts by the immigration agency when it comes to illegal immigrants allowed to work on local farms. “The Border Patrol, the sheriffs, state police, game wardens can’t go onto the farms,” Johnson said. He told the Associated Press that he asked the Border Patrol agent why authorities weren’t doing more –, and he didn’t care for the answer.
Customs, and Border Protection spokeswoman Stephanie Malin told the AP the manure case is being took on by Vermont authorities. “Then the illegals started coming in, more and more and more and every time I see the border patrol I stop and ask the question them, ‘Can you please do something about it?'” The Islander reported the border patrol agent said Johnson became very agitated and he figured he would get out of the way, accordingly Johnson could might possibly resume spreading manure on the field….Read The Full Article Here”
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