Mexico sect vows fight over public schools

Federal Police officers walk past residents of Nueva Jerusalen as they enter the city, Mexico, Monday, Aug. 27, 2012. Mexican authorities are still unable to overcome the resistance of an apocalyptic religious sect in western Mexico which has refused to allow public school teachers to hold classes in their town. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)Sprouting out of the corn fields of western Mexico rises a hill crowned with two arches and four towers, marking the gates of an improvised "holy land" that farmers built brick by brick over nearly four decades to mark the only spot they believe will be saved in the coming apocalypse: Nueva Jerusalen, or "New Jerusalem."