Border feds who hassled NH students have bagpipers worldwide concerned about travel to U.S.

Campbell Webster plays his father's antique bagpipes with ivory and silver mounts at a competition earlier this year in Delaware. The bagpipes, as well as a set owned by Londonderry teen Eric Bean, were seized by U.S Customs at the port of entry in Champlain, N.Y., when the teens were returning late Monday night from competitions in Canada. (Courtesy)

BAGPIPERS have expressed their fear over a new law which led to two US teenagers having their pipes seized by border control staff at the weekend.


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