US Military allegedly monitoring interfaith and non-profit groups

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SAN JUAN, Texas – There are reports of U.S. Military forces deployed to the southern border. Allegedly monitoring interfaith and non-profit groups against the border wall and child separation.

According to the website theintercept.com, one of those groups is the Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas who have setup camp at the Eli Jackson-Brewster Cemetary to take a stand against the border wall.

The website is citing leaked internal pentagon documents obtained by the Young Turks and the Intercept. The tribe says they have seen a military presence monitoring their activities.

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