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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Tales from Arizona: Massive Fraud, Mass Grave, Massacre

 

No, this is not a tale from the 1800s, although you might find some themes and players in common with the excellent account of Henry Lafayette Dodge’s service. These three stories all broke since early October. First we learned of an Arizona native, from an old family, engaged in massive immigration and adoption fraud. Then we learned of a mass grave near a Mexican coastal town, long regarded by middle class Arizonans as their beach home community, nicknamed “Rocky Point.” Finally, while mulling over these two stories, Arizona and a neighboring Mexican state became national news with the shocking slaughter of nine women and children on a Mexican highway, almost certainly at the hands of an identifiable cartel. All of these stories are tied to the enormous wealth of the American nation, enabling appetites unrestrained by moral sentiments.

Massive Fraud Centered in Arizona’s Valley of the Sun:

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Checkpoints and No-Go Zones

 

Amidst the daily drama of #NeuterTrump collusion with the unconstitutional administrative state and their allies of convenience, the Democrats — and with the latest instance of President Trump actually trying to oppose the Russian regime with which he is willfully falsely accused of colluding — soldiers of the National Guard prepare to respond once again to a threat at our southern border. But what is the nature of that threat? Is it just a group of women and children, even if organized by an open-borders socialist group? Two vignettes may help clarify the real stakes.

A Tale of Three Check Points

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How close have you been to organized crime? Were you aware of it at the time? Lots of us have had brushes with the mob, with crime syndicates, and gangs, or else strange connections to them. Maybe it’s in your family history, maybe it’s that uncle who always seems a bit twitchy, or maybe it has […]

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