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"When we do police operations we co-ordinate with recognized law-enforcement agents so at least we know where each one of us is," said RCMP Sgt. John Ward. "If other groups come into that sphere or that area where we are in and they are armed, they could very well be putting themselves in harm's way."
He warned that a confrontation could happen between Canadian police and Minuteman members if they cross the border by mistake. Canadians are barred from carrying weapons while Americans have a right to bear arms.
Minuteman members say authorities have no cause for concern. They say they check applicants' police records, and members on patrol will be properly instructed and supervised.