Bullies at the Border 

An investigative reporter looks back at the terror inflicted by the Minutemen

If there's a single lesson to be carried away from reading this engrossing and chilling new book about vigilantes and our border, it's this: Don't underestimate 'em. Those Minutemen might have been funky-looking old guys with beer bellies and hairless legs, perched…

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