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A closer look at an area many of us might want to avoid.
The Arizona based business is now offering tours to the United States Mexico border.
It's advertising them as educational trips to the hot -- of illegal immigration.
Tourists get a chance to speak with a real federal official plus ranchers and other folks who live and work in the area.
And while the trip doesn't cross the border into Mexico the company advises.
Those who were not American citizens should bring proper documents but when the -- -- stops at US checkpoints.
Adam -- -- monologue for ride live in Tucson tonight well how was the tour -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- How are route when we started here in Tucson headed about an hour south are so I stop the -- water stations long awaited humanitarian groups put out met with some of those people along the border.
And we talked to the -- started this whole thing is also the tour -- he'll tell -- only educational but it's also makes you look quite happy to see what's going on down here.
Bob -- actually helped start this a couple of years ago with the help of gray line tours and Bob this -- -- just a tourist experience -- -- educational experience right.
It's like peeling an onion the border.
As we know it has many different players you only get -- you could talk to you when you see the news you read the paper.
This is meant to show -- many layers as we Canada -- give you a much more.
Well rounded view of what really goes on there.
Many different layers -- about seven hours or so shepherd and people came from as far away as Minnesota and it costs less than a hundred -- seven hours.
What what -- border agents think about yeah -- But you know we're curious to the kind of on display in some respects but when you have a chance to talk with a -- the camera because of course they can't officially comment on camera about this is a private industry -- -- -- they like it is people are learning about what they do and are seeing it firsthand.
The border agent union did talk on camera they agreed with that take a listen.
It's it's good to learn and and see what's really going on I think the people that come -- and and they see stuff like that.
They get a view -- went on I took on filtered view and I think that's what's important.
Shepherd -- one -- until to review we saw was a guy jumped the fence was sliding down the pole got arrested while we're walking along the fence line.
-- -- Adam Housley Tucson tonight Adam thanks.
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