Arizona cattle rancher Ed Ashurst, pictured April 28, 2014, owns a border zone ranch between Douglas, Ariz. and the New Mexico state line In addition to problems caused by smugglers traversing his property, he has had damage done to his property, grass and livestock by U.S. Border Patrol agents. Ashurst has banned Border Patrol from his property.
Arizona cattle rancher Ed Ashurst, pictured April 28, 2014, owns a border zone ranch between Douglas, Ariz. and the New Mexico state line In addition to problems caused by smugglers traversing his property, he has had damage done to his property, grass and livestock by U.S. Border Patrol agents. Ashurst has banned Border Patrol from his property. MCT
Arizona cattle rancher Ed Ashurst, pictured April 28, 2014, owns a border zone ranch between Douglas, Ariz. and the New Mexico state line In addition to problems caused by smugglers traversing his property, he has had damage done to his property, grass and livestock by U.S. Border Patrol agents. Ashurst has banned Border Patrol from his property. MCT

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