Minutemen American Defense

In 2009, Raul Flores, Jr., 29, and his young daughter were murdered at home in Arivaca, Arizone during a robbery by Shawna Forde, Jason Eugene Bush, and Albert Gaxiola, who were convicted of the murders. Forde and Bush were active in the anti-immigrant Minute Man movement along the U.S.-Mexico border.VideoVideo: 2009 Tucson, Arizona: Three people, including the leader of a border watch group and an officer within that group, were arrested in connection with a May 30 home invasion that left a father and his daughter dead and the mother wounded.  NOTE: The group is not related to either the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps founded by Chris Simcox, or the Minuteman Project founded by Jim Gilchrist.  Forde has a troubled history that includes accusing her son's friends of shooting her ex-husband and later raping and beating her in Everett, Wash., in December.  Her son was sentenced to prison in October after being convicted of…

Minutemen American Defense is a group formed c. 2006. It is not known if it's still active.
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