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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Bertha Hofer
Leaders of a Hutterite colony are demanding an apology from the National Geographic Society and a pledge that it never again broadcast a television show they say misrepresented their way of life and damaged their reputation.
"We feel we were ambushed and publicly humiliated by the producers of Meet the Hutterites, and by the National Geographic Society," Mr. Hofer wrote in his letter to Mr. Fahey. "King Ranch Colony did not sign up for this sort of abuse."
"It was just like they corrupted your mind. We just fell for it," she said.