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SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1K2
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, poses for photographers after a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1JW
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, poses for photographers after a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1J1
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, speaks during a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1HI
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, attends a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1GO
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, attends a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1G4
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, speaks to journalists after a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1FP
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, speaks during a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1FK
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, attends a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1EP
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, attends a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1EC
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, attends a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
CHINA-LABOUR/
RTR4MA1X
January 21, 2015
Zhang Zhiru, a prominent Shenzhen-based activist, holds a book before an interview in Guangzhou, Guangdong...
Guangzhou, China
Zhang Zhiru, a prominent Shenzhen-based activist, holds a book before an interview in Guangzhou
Zhang Zhiru, a prominent Shenzhen-based activist, holds a book before an interview in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, January 20, 2015. As China's economic growth slows, fuelling industrial unrest, independent labour advocates say they have never faced so much intimidation - and they expect it to get worse this year. In coastal areas like Guangdong province in southern China, the slowdown and rising costs are forcing some factories to close or move inland, often without properly compensating workers. Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match CHINA-LABOUR/ REUTERS/ Alexandra Harney (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-LABOUR/
RTR4MA0O
January 21, 2015
Zeng Feiyang, director of the Guangdong Panyu Migrant Workers Center, talks on his phone during an interview...
Guangzhou, China
Zeng Feiyang, director of the Guangdong Panyu Migrant Workers Center, talks on his phone during an interview...
Zeng Feiyang, director of the Guangdong Panyu Migrant Workers Center, talks on his phone during an interview in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, January 20, 2015. As China's economic growth slows, fuelling industrial unrest, independent labour advocates say they have never faced so much intimidation - and they expect it to get worse this year. In coastal areas like Guangdong province in southern China, the slowdown and rising costs are forcing some factories to close or move inland, often without properly compensating workers. Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match CHINA-LABOUR/ REUTERS/Alexandra Harney (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTR4KLK1
January 08, 2015
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Hong Kong, China
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district court in Hong Kong January 8, 2015. Law faces 20 charges, including inflicting grievous bodily harm, assault, and criminal intimidation. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTR4KLJZ
January 08, 2015
Law Wan-tung, former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Hong Kong, China
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Law Wan-tung, former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district court in Hong Kong January 8, 2015. Law faces 20 charges, including inflicting grievous bodily harm, assault, and criminal intimidation. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTR4KLJU
January 08, 2015
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Hong Kong, China
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district court in Hong Kong January 8, 2015. Law faces 20 charges, including inflicting grievous bodily harm, assault, and criminal intimidation. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-CHINA/ACADEMICS
RTR4GTM7
December 05, 2014
Academic Joseph Cheng chants slogans during a protest against the police using force on students outside...
Hong Kong, China
Academic Cheng chants slogans during a protest against the police using force on students outside the...
Academic Joseph Cheng chants slogans during a protest against the police using force on students outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong December 5, 2014. Some academics at the forefront of Hong Kong's fight for more democracy say they have become targets of death threats or other intimidation as the former British colony remains near-paralysed by the biggest protests since it returned to Chinese rule in 1997. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS EDUCATION BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
CANADA-ATTACKS/SHOOTING
RTR4B95V
October 23, 2014
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during a nationally televised address on CBC in this still...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during a nationally televised address on CBC in this still...
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during a nationally televised address on CBC in this still image taken from video in Ottawa, October 22, 2014. Canada will not be intimidated by a pair of attacks that killed two soldiers this week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said in an address to the nation on Wednesday, adding that security agencies will do everything needed to counter threats to the country. REUTERS/CBC/Pool (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SOUTH-SUDAN-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4AP4K
October 19, 2014
An armed cattle keeper fires bullets in the air to intimidate raiders as they prepare to lead their herds...
Juba, South Sudan
An armed cattle keeper fires bullets in the air to intimidate raiders as they prepare to lead their herds...
An armed cattle keeper fires bullets in the air to intimidate raiders as they prepare to lead their herds of cattle home after grazing at a camp outside the capital Juba October 18, 2014. Picture taken October 18, 2014. REUTERS/Jok Solomon (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-CHINA/ACADEMICS
RTR48BEC
September 30, 2014
Academic Joseph Cheng attends a news conference on pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong August 31, 2014....
Hong Kong, China
Academic Joseph Cheng attends a news conference on pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong
Academic Joseph Cheng attends a news conference on pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong August 31, 2014. Some academics, including Cheng, at the forefront of Hong Kong's fight for more democracy say they have become targets of death threats or other intimidation as the former British colony remains near-paralysed by the biggest protests since it returned to Chinese rule in 1997. Cheng, a political science professor at City of Hong Kong University, told Reuters his computer has been hacked, his access to databases and relationships with mainland academics has deteriorated and he has struggled to obtain research funding. Pro-Beijing groups had stormed his lectures, urged the city's anti-graft agency to investigate him and harassed him outside his home, he said, adding that his wife had also been followed. None of the academics in Hong Kong has lost their jobs, suggesting that academic freedom, in its strictest sense, remains intact. Picture taken August 31, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
HONGKONG-CHINA/ACADEMICS
RTR48BDO
September 30, 2014
Academics Benny Tai (R) and Chan Kin-man, founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement,...
Hong Kong, China
Academics Benny Tai and Chan Kin-man, founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement, attend...
Academics Benny Tai (R) and Chan Kin-man, founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement, attend a pro-democracy rally in Hong Kong August 31, 2014. Some academics, including Tai and Chan, at the forefront of Hong Kong's fight for more democracy say they have become targets of death threats or other intimidation as the former British colony remains near-paralysed by the biggest protests since it returned to Chinese rule in 1997. Chan Kin-man, a professor of sociology at the Chinese University who has been on the frontlines of the protests, said he has a stack of envelopes containing death threats scrawled in Chinese characters. Benny Tai, a law professor at the University of Hong Kong, said he had also received death threats, some addressed to "The Devil", with one envelope containing a razor blade. Neither Chan nor Tai reported the death threats to police. Five other academics told Reuters they had suffered intimidation because of their activism. Picture taken August 31, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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Defending The American Way - 10 Sep 2014
20 PICTURES
USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NFY
September 10, 2014
A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle drives by the 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.-Mexico...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle drives by the 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.-Mexico...
A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle drives by the 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border at sunset in Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 20 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE PACKAGE 'DEFENDING THE AMERICAN WAY'. TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'BROWNSVILLE WILKING'
USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NFC
September 10, 2014
Fernando Rivera Jr. (C) looks at a neigbour's pet raccoon jumping up onto his son Fernando Rivera III's...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Fernando Rivera Jr. looks at a neigbour's pet raccoon jumping up onto his son Fernando Rivera III's rifle...
Fernando Rivera Jr. (C) looks at a neigbour's pet raccoon jumping up onto his son Fernando Rivera III's rifle (R) as a group of patriots patrolling in a UTV look on outside their home in Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. According to Rivera Jr, there is an open gate in the U.S.-Mexico border fence which immigrants would stroll through and onto the Rivera's property. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 17 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE PACKAGE 'DEFENDING THE AMERICAN WAY'. TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'BROWNSVILLE WILKING'
USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NF9
September 10, 2014
A sign reading "We don't dial 911" hangs outside Fernando Rivera Jr.'s house in Brownsville, Texas September...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A sign reading "We don't dial 911" hangs outside Fernando Rivera Jr.'s house in Brownsville, Texas
A sign reading "We don't dial 911" hangs outside Fernando Rivera Jr.'s house in Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. According to Rivera Jr, there is an open gate in the U.S.-Mexico border fence which immigrants would stroll through and onto the Rivera's property. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NEW
September 10, 2014
A handmade sign to deter trespassers hangs in the front yard of Fernando Rivera Jr.'s house in Brownsville,...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A handmade sign to deter trespassers hangs in the front yard of Fernando Rivera Jr.'s house in Brownsville,...
A handmade sign to deter trespassers hangs in the front yard of Fernando Rivera Jr.'s house in Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. According to Rivera Jr, there is an open gate in the U.S.-Mexico border fence which immigrants would stroll through and onto the Rivera's property. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 19 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE PACKAGE 'DEFENDING THE AMERICAN WAY'. TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'BROWNSVILLE WILKING'
USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NEP
September 10, 2014
A member of the "Patriots", Rob Chupp, goes through a woman's abandoned bag on the U.S. side of the Rio...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A member of the "Patriots" goes through a woman's abandoned bag on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande river...
A member of the "Patriots", Rob Chupp, goes through a woman's abandoned bag on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande river near a camp of patriots near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NE4
September 10, 2014
A member of the "Patriots", Ray (no last name given), poses for a portrait at a patriot camp on the U.S.-Mexico...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A member of the "Patriots" Ray poses for a portrait at a patriot camp on the U.S.-Mexico border outside...
A member of the "Patriots", Ray (no last name given), poses for a portrait at a patriot camp on the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NE0
September 10, 2014
A member of the "Patriots", Huggie Bear (not his real name), poses for a portrait at a camp of patriots...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A member of the "Patriots", Huggie Bear, poses for a portrait at a camp of patriots near the U.S.-Mexico...
A member of the "Patriots", Huggie Bear (not his real name), poses for a portrait at a camp of patriots near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. Huggie Bear, 25, a former sergeant in the Army is wearing a T-shirt with a famous soldiers' prayer on the front. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES- Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MILITARY)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NDT
September 10, 2014
A man who goes by the call-sign Painter, one of a group of "Patriots" camped near the U.S.-Mexico border...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A man who goes by the call-sign Painter, one of a group of "Patriots" camped near the U.S.-Mexico border...
A man who goes by the call-sign Painter, one of a group of "Patriots" camped near the U.S.-Mexico border poses for a portrait in the camp outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. Painter, 44, is a professional painter in Ohio and arrived with only $90 in his pocket. On the day this photo was taken he was down to $30. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NDO
September 10, 2014
A patch that says "come and take it" is seen on the flak jacket worn by member of the "Patriots" Rob...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A patch that says "come and take it" is seen on the flak jacket worn by member of the "Patriots" near...
A patch that says "come and take it" is seen on the flak jacket worn by member of the "Patriots" Rob Chupp near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MILITARY CRIME LAW)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NDM
September 10, 2014
Wolf (not his real name), one of a group of "Patriots" camped near the U.S.-Mexico border poses for a...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Wolf, one of a group of "Patriots" camped near the U.S.-Mexico border poses for a portrait in the camp...
Wolf (not his real name), one of a group of "Patriots" camped near the U.S.-Mexico border poses for a portrait in the camp outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NDJ
September 10, 2014
Members of the "Patriots" (L-R) Huggie Bear (not his real name), Will (no last name given) and Rob Chupp...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Members of the "Patriots" patrol on the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas
Members of the "Patriots" (L-R) Huggie Bear (not his real name), Will (no last name given) and Rob Chupp patrol on the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/MILITIA
RTR45NDG
September 10, 2014
Fernando Rivera Jr. poses at the open gate of the 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Fernando Rivera Jr. poses at the open gate of the 18-foot high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.-Mexico...
Fernando Rivera Jr. poses at the open gate of the 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. Fernando says that immigrants regularly stroll through the gate and onto his property. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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September 10, 2014
Rusty Monsees, owner of land that members of the "Patriots" are camped at near the U.S.-Mexico border,...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Rusty Monsees, owner of land that members of the "Patriots" are camped at near the U.S.-Mexico border,...
Rusty Monsees, owner of land that members of the "Patriots" are camped at near the U.S.-Mexico border, poses for a portrait at the camp outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. Monsees, 66, said "illegals" have poisoned his dogs and sprayed the windows of his house with bullets but he refuses to abandon his property. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)

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September 10, 2014
Members of the "Patriots" patrol the area in their UTV near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville,...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Members of the "Patriots" patrol the area in their UTV near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville,...
Members of the "Patriots" patrol the area in their UTV near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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September 10, 2014
Members of the "Patriots" Huggie Bear (L, not his real name), Ray (C, no last name given) and Will (R,...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Members of the "Patriots" patrol in their UTV near a camp of patriots near the U.S.-Mexico border outside...
Members of the "Patriots" Huggie Bear (L, not his real name), Ray (C, no last name given) and Will (R, no last name given) patrol in their UTV near a camp of patriots near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. Huggie Bear, 25, is a former sergeant in the Army, Ray served six years in the Coast Guard and Will is a construction worker. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CRIME LAW)

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September 10, 2014
A sign sits on display in a farm field near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
A sign sits on display in a farm field near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas
A sign sits on display in a farm field near the U.S.-Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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September 10, 2014
Rusty Monsees, owner of land that members of the "Patriots" are camped at near the U.S.-Mexico border,...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Rusty Monsees, owner of land that members of the "Patriots" are camped at near the U.S.-Mexico border,...
Rusty Monsees, owner of land that members of the "Patriots" are camped at near the U.S.-Mexico border, poses for a portrait at the camp outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. Monsees, 66, said "illegals" have poisoned his dogs and sprayed the windows of his house with bullets but he refuses to abandon his property. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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September 10, 2014
The United States flag and the historic American Gadsden flag fly over a camp of patriots near the U.S....
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
The United States flag and the historic American Gadsden flag fly over a camp of patriots near the U.S....
The United States flag and the historic American Gadsden flag fly over a camp of patriots near the U.S. - Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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September 10, 2014
U.S. Border Patrol agents talk in their vehicles at the open gate in the 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
U.S. Border Patrol agents talk in their vehicles at the open gate in the 18-foot high rusty steel barrier...
U.S. Border Patrol agents talk in their vehicles at the open gate in the 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.- Mexico border near Fernando Rivera Jr.'s home in Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. Immigrants regularly stroll through the gate and onto Rivera's property. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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September 10, 2014
The 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.- Mexico border is seen in Brownsville,...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
The 18-foot high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.- Mexico border is seen in Brownsville, Texas
The 18-foot (five-metre) high rusty steel barrier along the U.S.- Mexico border is seen in Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, trying to deter immigrants from crossing the border illegally. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry and to the U.S. Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country. Picture taken September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)

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August 19, 2014
Minor League baseball action is played under the lights of the old Municipal Stadium between the Hagerstown...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Overall photo of old minor league baseball stadium in Maryland
Minor League baseball action is played under the lights of the old Municipal Stadium between the Hagerstown Suns and the Kannapolis Intimidators, in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. The Intimidators manager is Pete Rose, Jr., the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Manager Pete Rose, Jr. (R) chats with his Kannapolis Intimidator player Nolan Earley (L) of Anderson,...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Manager Pete Rose Jr talks with player Earley in Maryland
Manager Pete Rose, Jr. (R) chats with his Kannapolis Intimidator player Nolan Earley (L) of Anderson, Indiana, prior to a game in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. Rose is the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Chase Fadley (R) of Charlottesville, Virginia gets an autograph prior to a Minor League baseball game...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Little boy gets autograph at minor league baseball game in Maryland
Chase Fadley (R) of Charlottesville, Virginia gets an autograph prior to a Minor League baseball game between the hometown Hagerstown Suns and the Kannapolis Intimidators, in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. The Intimidators manager is Pete Rose, Jr., the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Manager Pete Rose, Jr. (R) goes over the base running signs with newly-arrived Kannapolis Intimidators...
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Manager Peter Rose Jr talks to newly arrived baseball player Clarke in Maryland
Manager Pete Rose, Jr. (R) goes over the base running signs with newly-arrived Kannapolis Intimidators player Chevy Clarke of Atlanta, Georgia, prior to a game in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. Rose is the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Kannapolis Intimidators infielder Toby Thomas of Eight Mile, Alabama (R) and outfielder Chevy Clarke...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Minor League baseball players clean their spikes in Maryland
Kannapolis Intimidators infielder Toby Thomas of Eight Mile, Alabama (R) and outfielder Chevy Clarke (L) of Atlanta, Georgia, clean their spikes outside the visitor's clubhouse, in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. Thomas and Clarke Clarke play for Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Little League baseball players join Kannapolis Intimidators players on the field for the National Anthem,...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Minor League baseball players and Little League player stand for National Anthem in Maryland
Little League baseball players join Kannapolis Intimidators players on the field for the National Anthem, prior to the start of a Minor League game against the hometown Hagerstown Suns in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. Intimidators manager is Pete Rose, Jr., the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Kannapolis Intimidators manager Pete Rose Jr.'s number 14 uniform hangs in the spartan office of the...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Peter Rose Jr uniform hangs in minor league clubhouse in Maryland
Kannapolis Intimidators manager Pete Rose Jr.'s number 14 uniform hangs in the spartan office of the visitor's clubhouse, prior to a minor-league baseball game in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. Rose, the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Kannapolis Intimidators players gather around the table for a pre-game meal in the visitor's clubhouse,...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Minor League baseball players gather for pre-game meal in clubhouse in Hagerstown
Kannapolis Intimidators players gather around the table for a pre-game meal in the visitor's clubhouse, prior to a game in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. The players all play for Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Players for the hometown Hagerstown Suns work out on the field of the old 1931 Municipal Stadium prior...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Minor League baseball players stretch in Maryland before game
Players for the hometown Hagerstown Suns work out on the field of the old 1931 Municipal Stadium prior to the start of a Minor League game between the Suns and the Kannapolis Intimidators, in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. The Intimidators manager is Pete Rose, Jr., the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Kannapolis Intimidators outfielder Chevy Clarke arrives with his bags in Hagerstown, Maryland, after...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Minor league outfielder Clarke arrives to minor league team in Maryland
Kannapolis Intimidators outfielder Chevy Clarke arrives with his bags in Hagerstown, Maryland, after a $170 taxi ride from Washington, after being promoted from the Great Falls (Montana) Voyagers for a game August 9, 2014. Clarke will be playing for Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
A basket of baseballs for batting practice are seen at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium before the start...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Basket of baseballs are seen during practice at a minor league baseball game in Maryland
A basket of baseballs for batting practice are seen at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium before the start of a Minor League game between the hometown Hagerstown Suns and the Kannapolis Intimidators, in Hagerstown, Maryland, August 9, 2014. The Intimidators manager is Pete Rose, Jr., the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Photo taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Pete Rose, Jr., (R) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, walks past a colonial American...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Pete Rose Jr walks past US flag on baseball field in Maryland
Pete Rose, Jr., (R) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, walks past a colonial American flag on the baseball field in tribute to the Fourth of July, prior to a South Atlantic League game between his Kannapolis Intimidators and the Hagerstown Suns at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 5, 2014. Rose has found the road a lot tougher than his father, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. He has two Major League hits compared to his father's record 4,256. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Pete Rose, Jr., (L) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, peers out of the dugout...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Pete Rose Jr manages from minor league baseball dugout in Maryland
Pete Rose, Jr., (L) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, peers out of the dugout next to a sign for "Hard Times" Cafe during a South Atlantic League game between his Kannapolis Intimidators and the Hagerstown Suns at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 5, 2014. Rose has found the road a lot tougher than his father, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. He has two Major League hits compared to his father's record 4,256. Photo taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Pete Rose, Jr., (L) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, sends signals to the batter...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Minor league manager Pete Rose Jr sends signals from third base during game in Maryland
Pete Rose, Jr., (L) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, sends signals to the batter as his baserunner Trey Michalczewski (R) stands on third base during a South Atlantic League game between his Kannapolis Intimidators and the Hagerstown Suns, in front of a sparse crowd of fans at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 5, 2014. Rose has found the road a lot tougher than his father, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. He has two Major League hits compared to his father's record 4,256. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Pete Rose, Jr., (L) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, bump fists with his second...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Pete Rose Jr congratulates player during baseball game in Maryland
Pete Rose, Jr., (L) son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, bump fists with his second baseman Christian Stringer after Stringer hit a home run during a game between the Kannapolis Intimidators and the Hagerstown Suns at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 6, 2014. Rose has found the road a lot tougher than his father, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. He has two Major League hits compared to his father's record 4,256. Photo taken July 6, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, awaits the start of a South...
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Portrait of Pete Rose Jr manager of Minor League Kannapolis Intimidators in Maryland
Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, awaits the start of a South Atlantic League game between his Kannapolis Intimidators and the Hagerstown Suns at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 6, 2014. Rose has found the road a lot tougher than his father, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. He has two Major League hits compared to his father's record 4,256. Picture taken July 6, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, signals two outs to his players,...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Pete Rose Jr signals to players during baseball game in Maryland
Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, signals two outs to his players, in front of a sparse crowd of fans, during a South Atlantic League game between his Kannapolis Intimidators and the Hagerstown Suns at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 6, 2014. Rose has found the road a lot tougher than his father, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. He has two Major League hits compared to his father's record 4,256. Photo taken July 6, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, and wearing the same number...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Pete Rose Jr displays signs during baseball game in Maryalnd
Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, and wearing the same number 14 as his father, signals two outs to his players during a South Atlantic League game between his Kannapolis Intimidators and the Hagerstown Suns at the old 1931 Municipal Stadium, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 6, 2014. Rose has found the road a lot tougher than his father, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. He has two Major League hits compared to his father's record 4,256. Photo taken July 6, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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August 19, 2014
A child races the hometown Hagerstown Sun's mascot in between innings of a game between the Suns and...
Hagerstown, UNITED STATES
Mascot chases child on baseball diamond in Maryland
A child races the hometown Hagerstown Sun's mascot in between innings of a game between the Suns and the Intimidators, in Hagerstown, Maryland, July 5, 2014. Intimidators manager is Pete Rose, Jr., the son of Pete Rose, the all-time Major League hits leader, who has found the road a lot tougher, having played or coached in the minor leagues for 27 years, with 29 different teams and over 2,000 games. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL PROFILE)
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