Pictures of illegal immigration invasion on Roger Barnett's border ranch in Arizona
Roger Barnett owns a 22,000 acre ranch (35 square miles) along the border in southeastern Arizona. The ranch lies from 2 to 5 miles from the Mexican border. In the past 6 1/2 years, Roger Barnett, with only the help of his wife and brother, has apprehended nearly 12,000 illegal aliens on his ranch. Mr. Barnett has testified before Congress on the illegal immigration invasion. Congress has done nothing.
Line of illegals moving across Roger Barnett's ranch, Cochise County, Arizona, on the Arizona-Mexican border.
A pick-up truck loaded with mixed-nationality illegals. Had these illegals not been apprehended, they would have funneled through safe houses in Tucson and Phoenix and from there they would have been transported to their destination cities in America's heartland.
A group of illegal aliens takes a rest break on a well-travelled trail that crosses the Barnett ranch. Donald Barnett called in the Border Patrol, who apprehended this group. Barnett stated that "There were people in this batch from Brazil, Salvador, Costa Rica and some Arab countries."
Photographs copyright Donald Barnett.