Border Patrol agents’ bad behavior—not just at the international boundary but at checkpoints as much as 100 court-endorsed miles away within the “Constitution-free zone”—is easy to document both because it’s so damned common, and because of the willingness of some brave souls to record their encounters and post the results online. Terry Bressi, a University of Arizona staff engineer, is something of a pioneer in the field of documenting encounters with armed and abusive federal agents. When Reason TV interviewed him in 2013, he’d already recorded over 300 such meet-and-greets. Maybe his example inspired others, or perhaps the impossibility of transiting many roads and communities, especially in the Southwest, without being stopped by Border Patrol made responses inevitable. The Houston Chronicle reports that there’s a growing surge of Americans recording themselves asserting their rights to ill-behaved federal thugs.