From NBC SanDiego:
Officials: Attack on Border Patrol Agents Was a Planned Event
Officials say a flier distributed prior to the clash at the border told people to meet there so they could cross into the U.S. together
By Greg Bledsoe and Monica Garske
| Wednesday, Nov 27, 2013
Investigators say a clash at the U.S.-Mexico border near San Diego involving more than 100 people pelting Border Patrol agents with rocks and bottles was an event organized long before the chaos began.
“We are still looking into who organized it, but clearly this was an organized event,” Chief Border Agent Paul Beeson told NBC 7 San Diego on Wednesday.
The border riot involving the unruly crowd happened Sunday in the Tijuana River Channel, near the San Ysidro Port of Entry. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials said the crowd began hurling rocks and bottles at agents as they tried to illegally cross into the United States.
Now, a video and piece of paper proves the event was planned, according to officials....
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