Transcript for Woman says she was stopped, questioned by Border Patrol after speaking Spanish
Next, from Montana tonight, outrage. Two American women detained and questioned by a border patrol agent while at a convenience store, because the border agent heard them speaking Spanish. Here's ABC's kayna Whitworth. Reporter: A Montana woman says she's considering legal action after this interaction with a border patrol agent. Ma'am, the reason why I asked you for your I.D. Is because I came in here and I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish, which is very unheard of up here. Reporter: Ana Suda says she and her friend, Mimi, who are both U.S. Citizens, were talking to each other in Spanish at a convenience store when the uniformed border patrol agent interrupted them. He asked where I was born. So I look at -- I look at him and I say, "Are you serious?" He's like, "Yes, I'm serious." Reporter: The store, in Montana, is 30 miles southun of the u.s./canada border. Border patrol agents have a broad authority to operate within 100 miles of any U.S. Border, though they cannot initiate stops without reasonable suspicious of an immigration violence or crime. The aclu says Suda has reached out to them. Customs and border protection says they are reviewing the incident and that the agent used a poor choice of words. David? Kayna, thank you. Next this evening, to
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