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Canadian Woman Slapped Border Patrol Officer Across Face After Being Denied Entrance into U.S.

By Steve Neavling
Ticklethewire.com

A Canadian woman got her wish after slapping a Border Patrol agent across the face for denying her entrance into the U.S. to visit Niagara Falls.

Tianna Natasha McPherson, 40, insisted she was an American citizen and told the agent she wanted to be charged under U.S law.

Now she’s facing up to eight years in prison after U.S. authorities charged her with assaulting, resisting or impeding a U.S. officer.

“The defendant stated that she wanted to go before an American jude, and grabbed her baggage, and began walking towards the exit of the lobby” at the Niagara Falls International Rainbow Bridge between Ontario and New York state, Newsweek reports

Border officials refused to let her into America because of “derogatory information” during past visits into the U.S.

“What if I punch you in the face?” McPherson allegedly asked the officer.

At that point, McPherson “open-hand slapped the officer on the left side of her face,” according to the statement.

McPherson, a native of Kitchener, Ontario, is scheduled to appear for a detention hearing on Thursday.


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