REPORT: Feds investigating 110 acts of vandalism by ‘professional agitators’ at Border Patrol Museum


The National Border Patrol Museum in El Paso, Texas, will remain closed the rest of the week as federal investigators pore over the more than 100 acts of vandalism.

Their efforts could lay the basis for an FBI case against the “professional” protesters who stormed the private facility last weekend, according to the museum director.

The article goes on to state the following:

David Ham, a Border Patrol retiree who oversees museum operations, told the Washington Examiner the Army Criminal Investigations Division Command has taken over the investigation because the museum is located on Fort Bliss, which is federal land.

“We’re finding out a lot of these folks were professional agitators. One of them was the female who climbed the Statue of Liberty. One who led the protests in Ferguson, Mo.,” he said.

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