The Arizona rancher films immigrants who sneak across the border to his property

Arizona rancher John Chilton, 79, managed to capture hours of images of illegal immigrants crossing the US-Mexico border on his 50,000-acre property in Arivaca

An Arizona rancher has installed surveillance cameras on his property to film the number of immigrants, drug traffickers and smugglers of people whom he claims regularly use his property as a gateway to the United States.

John Chilton, 79, managed to capture hours of images of illegal immigrants crossing the US-Mexico border on his 50,000-acre property in Arivaca.

In a 25-minute video obtained by the Daily Caller, Chilton's cameras show a steady flow of people, including some dressed in camouflage and brandishing guns, trespassing their ranch.

Arizona rancher John Chilton, 79, managed to capture hours of images of illegal immigrants crossing the US-Mexico border on his 50,000-acre property in Arivaca

Arizona rancher John Chilton, 79, managed to capture hours of images of illegal immigrants crossing the US-Mexico border on his 50,000-acre property in Arivaca

The rancher said that most of the surveillance videos were filmed this year, but some date from 2016.

Chilton, who is a fifth-generation Arizona rancher, is an outspoken supporter of Arizona's efforts by President Donald Trump to secure the US-Mexico border.

He said he has long pressured the government to have more than a barbed wire fence along the border.

Chilton said he installed the surveillance cameras to prove his point about the dangers of intruders crossing his property.

Some of the people captured when entering the property illegally carried backpacks and large supplies, while others carried weapons and guided horses.

Chilton's cameras show a steady flow of people, including some dressed in camouflage and brandishing guns, trespassing their ranch

Chilton's cameras show a steady flow of people, including some dressed in camouflage and brandishing guns, trespassing their ranch

Chilton's cameras show a steady flow of people, including some dressed in camouflage and brandishing guns, trespassing their ranch

The rancher, who openly supports President Donald Trump's efforts to secure the US-Mexico border, said most of the surveillance videos were filmed this year.

The rancher, who openly supports President Donald Trump's efforts to secure the US-Mexico border, said most of the surveillance videos were filmed this year.

The rancher, who openly supports President Donald Trump's efforts to secure the US-Mexico border, said most of the surveillance videos were filmed this year.

The remote area is known for drug and migrant trafficking.

An agent of the US Border Patrol UU He was injured on the Chilton property in June when he was shot while traveling through the area.

Chilton said at the time they hit the agent in the leg and hand, but several bullets also hit his protective vest.

"Without that, he probably would not be with us today," Chilton told The Associated Press.

The rancher said his property is separated from Mexico by a four-wire wire fence.

"We have drug dealers crossing our ranch and this has become a very dangerous situation," Chilton said.

Some of the people captured on entering the property carried backpacks and large supplies, while others carried weapons and guided horses.

Some of the people captured on entering the property carried backpacks and large supplies, while others carried weapons and guided horses.

Some of the people captured on entering the property carried backpacks and large supplies, while others carried weapons and guided horses.

Chilton said he installed surveillance cameras to prove his point about the dangers of intruders crossing his property

Chilton said he installed surveillance cameras to prove his point about the dangers of intruders crossing his property

Chilton said he installed surveillance cameras to prove his point about the dangers of intruders crossing his property

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