Skip to comments.5 bodies found in burned-out SUV in Arizona desert (Mexico Drug Cartel Link)
Posted on 06/02/2012 8:06:43 PM PDT by tobyhill
Five bodies were found Saturday in a burned-out vehicle in the southern Arizona desert, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said.
Border Patrol officers originally spotted the white Ford Excursion around 4:30 a.m. off the side of Interstate 8 in western Pinal County, about 60 miles south of Phoenix. When the agent turned around, the SUV "fled at high rates of speed," Babeu told CNN.
Aided by daylight, authorities spotted "numerous tracks off the road" and followed them for two to three miles before coming across a smoldering vehicle.
"That's when the Border Patrol agents went up to the vehicle with fire extinguishers and realized there were bodies inside, clearly deceased," the sheriff said.
None of the five killed was in the SUV's front seat. One was in the second row and the other four bodies were found "laying down flat in the cargo area," Babeu said.
A cause of death for the victims, who have not been identified, is not yet known.
The charred vehicle was the same make and model as the one spotted by the Border Patrol agent hours earlier.
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The war... is here. Broken borders, another failed Obama-policy.
Anton Chigurh is an emotionless, compassionless killing machine.
See if we can't up that to 15 million.
This is Obama’s America.
In before the deluge of of those telling us that strategic fencing is the way to go, rather than a full lockdown and steel from sea to shining sea and chastising us for “wanting BBQ’d Mexican children” as they have in the past.
Perhaps when their own neighborhood gets ransacked and their friends and family directly effected, they’ll come around to the reality that real fences have worked from ancient China onwards.
It’s the Cohen brothers.
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