U.S. citizens questioned by Border Patrol for speaking Spanish
First a lawyer took issue with two women speaking Spanish in a New York City eatery. Now two U.S. citizens in the Montana town of Havre have had the same experience — but this time the person with the issue was a Border Patrol agent. Ana Suda, 37, told the Washington Post she and friend Mimi Hernandez, both Mexican-Americans, ran out to a gas station convenience store for milk and eggs just after midnight Wednesday and started conversing in Spanish while waiting to pay.