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  • Arizona Border Sheriff: Obama Should Visit Grave of Murdered Rancher

    10/11/2010 5:09:08 PM PDT · by Nachum · 39 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | 10/11/10 | Penny Starr
    Sheriff Larry Dever of Cochise County, Ariz., which sits on the U.S.-Mexico border, says if President Barack Obama were to come and visit that county he would like to take him to visit the grave of rancher Robert Krentz who was shot and killed on his own property in March by an attacker who fled south on foot into Mexico. The attacker shot both Krentz and his dog after Krentz had radioed his brother to tell him he saw an immigrant who appeared to be in trouble and that his brother should notify the Border Patrol.
  • Slain rancher's wife struck by car

    09/26/2010 12:50:25 PM PDT · by exbrit · 23 replies
    KOLD TUCSON ^ | 9/26/10 | Unspecified
    The driver of the vehicle did not stop, police said. Ramon Parra Saucedo, 74, was located a short time later. Saucedo is charged with DUI, 2 counts of Endangerment, and 2 counts of Aggravated Assault, said Carol Capas, a Cochise County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman. He is being held in the Cochise County Jail. Bond is set at $5,000. Saucedo is a U.S. citizen, Capas said.
  • Murdered AZ rancher's wife struck by drunk driver (Sue Krentz - Douglas, AZ))

    09/26/2010 10:52:53 AM PDT · by montag813 · 50 replies · 1+ views (Facebook) ^ | 09-26-2010 | Stand with Arizona (Facebook)
    Our prayers this morning are with Sue Krentz (widow of rancher Robert Krentz) who was hit by a drunk driver while leaving church last night. Her husband was murdered in March by an illegal alien on his border ranch - a major impetus for SB1070's passage. Mrs. Krentz' friend was also injured. Authorities have not released the extent of their injuries.UPDATE: It was a hit-and-run DUI. The suspect, Ramon Saucedo, 66, was arrested after fleeing the scene.UPDATE: The Krentz Family has notified Stand With Arizona that "Susan is in critical but stable condition at UMC (Tucson). She had lots of...
  • Murdered rancher's wife hit by vehicle

    09/26/2010 7:03:54 AM PDT · by exbrit · 48 replies · 2+ views
    KVOA TUCSON ^ | 9/2/610 | Unspecified
    DOUGLAS - Douglas Police have confirmed that the wife of murdered rancher Robert Krentz was hit by a vehicle while leaving a church in Douglas this evening.
  • Widow of slain rancher struggles in the heart of immigration debate

    08/14/2010 8:43:00 AM PDT · by AuntB · 26 replies
    Catholic News Service ^ | Aug. 13, 2010 | Patricia Zapor
    DOUGLAS, Ariz. (CNS) -- Sue Krentz is a conflicted woman, coping with many strands of the complicated, apparently unsolvable quagmire of what has become normal life near the Mexican border. She grapples, for instance, with the calls for a humanitarian approach to immigrants that she hears at St. Luke's Catholic Church. For decades, her family has shown compassion to those who cross the Krentz ranch on their way to find jobs to support their families, she explained, providing water and other aid before calling the Border Patrol. But it pains her deeply that there was no similar compassion from whomever...
  • Illegal immigrants leave tons of trash in Arizona desert, devastating environment

    07/29/2010 11:46:44 AM PDT · by Outside da Box · 24 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 7/29/2010 | Caroline May
    In her response letter, Napolitano enclosed a report from a congressional inquiry which confirmed, “Overall, the removal of cross-border violators from public lands is a value to the environment as well as to the mission of the land managers.” The New Mexico border has also suffered pollution because of illegal immigration, but not as much as Arizona border. “We undoubtedly have experienced a lot of litter, but not the extent of Arizona,” Eddie Guerrero, international border coordinator for the New Mexico BLM, told TheDC. “Arizona has large cities in proximity to the border, which makes passage logistically easier. In New...
  • Obamnesty First, Security Second?

    06/21/2010 5:24:13 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 13 replies · 1+ views
    IBD Editorials ^ | June 21, 2010 | Investors Business Daily staff
    Immigration: The president tells a border state U.S. senator that if we beef up border protection Democrats will lose the bargaining chip for comprehensive immigration reform. Forget national sovereignty — sue Arizona! As the Obama administration prepares to sue the state of Arizona to block its copycat enforcement of federal immigration law, Arizona Republican Sen. Jon Kyl reveals that in a private meeting President Obama put his party's agenda above the nation's sovereignty. Last Friday, Kyl told the audience at a North Tempe Tea Party town hall meeting: "I met with the president in the Oval Office (regarding securing the...
  • Newly released documents offer timeline in killing of rancher

    06/16/2010 9:57:56 AM PDT · by SandRat · 9 replies · 403+ views
    SIERRA VISTA — Few new details on the shooting death of a Cochise County rancher were revealed by a number of newly released sheriff’s office reports in which much information was blacked out with a marker. Robert Krentz was reported missing by relatives March 27 after they lost contact with him while he was out checking wells on his 35,000-acre property northeast of Douglas. His body was found that night by authorities searching the area. While the 56-page file that was released Tuesday contains very little new information, it does provide a timeline of events in the moments just prior...
  • Autopsy shows murdered rancher shot multiple times (AZ)

    06/10/2010 1:14:27 PM PDT · by exbrit · 12 replies · 651+ views
    KVOA TUCSON ^ | 6/10/10 | Unspecified
    TUCSON - An autopsy report released to News4 by the Cochise County medical examiner shows an Arizona cattle rancher killed three months ago on his property near the Mexican border suffered multiple gunshot wounds. Medical Examiner Avneesh Gupta said, it was his opinion that 58-year-old Robert Krentz died as the result of multiple gunshot wounds. Gupta said it appears to be a homicide.
  • Autopsy showed rancher Krentz died of multiple gunshot wounds

    06/10/2010 7:41:59 AM PDT · by SandRat · 13 replies · 107+ views
    BISBEE — A rancher who was killed by a suspected illegal immigrant at his 35,000-acre ranch northeast of Douglas earlier this year died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to a recently released autopsy report. On March 27, Robert Krentz Jr., 58, was checking the ranch at about 10:30 a.m. He notified his family he encountered a southbound illegal immigrant and had called the U.S. Border Patrol, according to the report. He was supposed to meet a family member at a watering tank at 12:30 p.m. When he did not show up, the family started a search and then called Search...
  • Cowboy Down: Rob Krentz's Family Talks About the Life and Death of the Murdered Arizona Rancher

    06/09/2010 12:38:12 PM PDT · by MissTed · 6 replies · 29+ views
    Westword ^ | 6/9/10 | Paul Rubin
    Sue Krentz answered the phone about 6 p.m. It was March 27, a Saturday, and she was in Phoenix, tending to her aged parents as a sister attended a conference. Sue usually doesn't stray from her family's venerable cattle ranch in Cochise County for too long at a stretch. But she was planning on staying through the weekend, as another sister was coming into town for a visit. She and Rob, her husband of 32 years, hadn't been on a vacation in years, what with endless tasks on the ranch, about 35 miles northeast of Douglas, Arizona, near the borders...
  • Mexican officials deny claims Krentz's killer is in Mexico

    06/03/2010 10:04:17 PM PDT · by HiJinx · 3 replies · 256+ views
    KGUN9 News ^ | June 4, 2010` | Steve Nunez
    AGUA PRIETA, MEXICO (KGUN-TV) - Mexican officials in Agua Prieta deny claims that Douglas Rancher Robert Krentz's killer is in Mexico. Agua Prieta's mayor and police chief also deny reports they're working closely with top U.S. investigators. They say they have not spoken with American officials in more then a month. Nine On Your Side's Steve Nunez sat down with Mayor Vicente Teran and his Police Chief Alfonso Novoa. Novoa tells us his officers have questioned more then 100 people. Teran says they've even offered a $10,000 reward, and no one has come forward. Nunez asked: "What do you say...
  • Rancher visits D.C., tells of life on the border

    06/03/2010 10:53:06 AM PDT · by AuntB · 11 replies · 599+ views
    Douglas Dispatch ^ | June 2, 2010 | Douglas Dispatch
    On Thursday, Cochise County rancher Bill McDonald testified before two House subcommittees about border issues faced by rural Arizona residents. He was invited by Democratic U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, whose 8th Congressional District includes all of Cochise County. In inviting him to testify, Giffords said she wanted members of Congress to hear from a person who lives with security problems caused by illegal activities involving immigrants and drugs on a daily basis. He testified on a day Democrats in the Senate killed a move by Sen. John McCain to send 6,000 more National Guard troops to the border. President Barack...
  • Border Charade

    05/26/2010 5:39:15 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 13 replies · 454+ views
    IBD Editorials ^ | May 26, 2010 | Investors Business Daily staff
    Security: After letting Mexico's president trash Arizona's immigration law and his immigration enforcement chief say he won't enforce it, the president wants to send a token National Guard contingent to the border. There's something disingenuous about the president's plan to deploy 1,200 National Guard troops to the Arizona border to help the Border Patrol catch illegal aliens. His director of immigration and customs enforcement, John Morton, has said he might not enforce immigration crimes reported by Arizona officials, though the state's new law merely copies federal law. Morton is director of ICE, not chief justice of the Supreme Court. He...
  • L.A. Vs. Arizona

    05/13/2010 5:34:30 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 78 replies · 2,003+ views ^ | May 13, 2010 | Investors Business Daily staff
    Illegal Immigration: Los Angeles' city council votes to boycott Arizona for its enforcement of existing federal law. No word yet on how China's human rights violations will be treated. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. The next time the Lakers play Los Suns in Phoenix, traveling fans are advised to bring their own snacks. The L.A. City Council voted 13-1 on Wednesday to economically boycott the state of Arizona for daring to protect its borders against the crime, violence and illegal immigration that recently took the life of an Arizona rancher and has made Phoenix the kidnapping capital of...
  • The Krentz Bonfire

    05/10/2010 11:23:18 AM PDT · by Tucsonican · 5 replies · 298+ views
    Tucson Weekly ^ | 4/29/2010 | Leo W. Banks
    A little more than a month has passed since the death of Cochise County rancher Rob Krentz, and the emotion generated by his murder, the pure shock of it, has ignited a bonfire that still burns across Arizona's borderlands—and all the way to Washington, D.C. Now everyone is demanding troops. Now, with Gov. Jan Brewer's signature on a tough new illegal-immigration law, the nation is embroiled in a loud debate about racial profiling. Now everyone has a multi-point plan for bringing some control to a border so porous that anyone who wants to get into the country can eventually do...
  • Death of a Rancher

    04/29/2010 9:37:33 AM PDT · by rhema · 4 replies · 573+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | 4/29/10 | Paul Greenberg
    Climate can shape character. As anyone who's driven west past the 98th meridian knows. That's where the rains stop, as the first wave of settlers discovered. After a deceptively wet season or two, they beat a hasty retreat. Out there creek beds run dry, except when a flash flood turns them into a raging menace. The trees grow stunted, the people tall, and the conversation as sparse as the vegetation. People may not use many words, but what they say you can usually trust. I've known a few Texans like that. They were rare even by the time we used...
  • Arizona stands up for America & the Heroes who did it

    04/27/2010 10:19:08 AM PDT · by AuntB · 34 replies · 766+ views
    TheTownCrier ^ | April 26, 2010 | TheTownCrier
    Governor Jan Brewer was in tune with the voters and signed the first bill in the USA by any state to enforce the law and try to do something about the invasion of her state for foreign national law breaking aliens. Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce deserves the credit for crafting this bill and getting it through his state legislature. Last night CBS did it's usual politically correct take on these events, but did inject this very important item. Meet Steve Montenegro, himself an immigrant from El Salvador and now a member of the Arizona State Legislature. Here is a...
  • Praising Arizona (In Border Battle)

    04/26/2010 5:02:53 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 42 replies · 1,113+ views ^ | April 26, 2010 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    Immigration: Arizona moves to protect its citizens from a raging border war, and the administration and its activist supporters cry racism. Why is antelope protection more important than protecting American lives?
  • AZ-Sen. 2010: McCain, Kyl: Put 3,000 troops at Ariz. border (ANOTHER MCCAIN FLIP-FLOP)

    04/20/2010 11:55:41 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 22 replies · 442+ views
    The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Ariz. ^ | 2010-04-20 | Brady McCombs
    Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl have joined with others requesting troops on the border by unveiling a security plan that calls for more soldiers, federal agents, fencing and funding to help Arizona combat illegal immigration and drug smuggling. The Republican lawmakers called for the deployment of 3,000 National Guard soldiers to Arizona's international border as part of their 10-step border plan unveiled Monday in Washington, D.C. The senators also asked for troops in April 2009. The March 27 killing of Cochise County rancher Robert Krentz has set off a flurry of requests for troops to the border, from the...
  • Securing the border is the first priority

    04/19/2010 7:49:09 PM PDT · by Outside da Box · 7 replies · 277+ views
    The Washington Examiner ^ | 4/19/2010 | Examiner Editorial
    A feud between the Departments of the Interior and Homeland Security over federal wilderness areas that constitute 40 percent of the nation's southern border has been undermining the mission of both agencies for nearly a decade. This adolescent refusal to cooperate threatens the security of all Americans. That much was made clear March 27 when Arizona rancher Rob Krentz and his dog were shot to death by someone crossing the border illegally. The murderer then escaped in a pronghorn antelope protection area that the Interior Department placed off limits to Border Patrol agents. Krentz had repeatedly complained that illegals were...
  • Examiner Editorial: Securing the border should be top priority

    04/19/2010 9:45:58 AM PDT · by george76 · 3 replies · 258+ views
    Examiner ^ | April 19, 2010
    A feud between the Interior and Homeland Security departments over federal wilderness areas that comprise 40 percent of the nation’s southern border has been undermining the mission of both agencies for nearly a decade. This adolescent refusal to cooperate threatens the security of all Americans. That much was made clear March 27, when Arizona rancher Rob Krentz and his dog were shot to death by someone crossing the border illegally. The murderer then escaped in a pronghorn antelope protection area that the Interior Department placed off-limits to Border Patrol agents. Krentz had repeatedly complained that illegals were threatening his family,...
  • GOP Reps Offer Bill to Ban Interior Dept. From Hindering Border Agents

    04/14/2010 7:09:45 PM PDT · by Outside da Box · 14 replies · 624+ views
    Fox News ^ | 4/14/2010 | Joshua Rhett Miller
    The unknown gunman who murdered an Arizona rancher three weeks ago entered and exited the U.S. illegally in an area where border agents are widely prohibited from using motorized vehicles, constructing roads and installing surveillance structures, federal agents have confirmed. The development prompted four Republican congressmen to introduce legislation on Wednesday that will ban the Interior Department from using environmental regulations to hinder agents along the border, including at the San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge, a 2,300-acre parcel near where rancher Robert Krentz was killed on March 27.
  • Krentz family, friends still wait for troops

    04/11/2010 8:33:20 AM PDT · by SandRat · 16 replies · 626+ views
    Arizona Daily Star | Brady McCombs and Tim Steller
    A day after laying rancher Robert Krentz to rest at funeral services in Douglas, his family and others are still waiting for troops to be deployed to the border. The Krentz family called for the active-duty military to be deployed, and many of their neighbors have demanded that troops not only come but be given authority to track lawbreakers, arrest them and - if threatened - shoot. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer wants to deploy 250 additional National Guard soldiers but doesn't want to use state funds to pay for them. The federal government hasn't answered a formal request from her...
  • Robert N. Krentz, Border War Casualty

    04/07/2010 5:50:48 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 18 replies · 767+ views ^ | April 7, 2010 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    Illegal Immigration: An Arizona rancher is murdered while patrolling his ranch. A gaping hole in the border fence and footsteps back to Mexico tell the tale. When will we put the National Guard back on the border? Robert N. Krentz Jr., 58, scion of one of the best-known and oldest ranching families in southeast Arizona, was found shot to death March 27 on his vast, remote ranch after radioing to his brother that he was checking out someone he believed to be an illegal immigrant. Krentz was found slumped over his ATV on his 35,000-acre ranch about 35 miles northeast...
  • Goddard sees cartel hallmarks in killing of Cochise County rancher

    04/03/2010 10:28:55 AM PDT · by SandRat · 10 replies · 751+ views
    SIERRA VISTA — Arizona’s Attorney General Terry Goddard said Friday that the recent shooting death of a well-known Cochise County rancher is consistent with the work of scouts for Mexican drug cartels. On Saturday, Robert Krentz, 58, was found dead inside his all- terrain vehicle on his ranch about 35 miles northeast of Douglas. Goddard said his comments were based on media reports and his previous experience investigating the prosecution of the cartel movement of drugs in Arizona. While it wasn’t the only possible explanation for the killing, it was a “distinct possibility,” he said. Scouts are stationed throughout the...
  • Response to rancher's death sparks McCain, Hayworth brawl

    03/31/2010 5:18:23 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 249 replies · 7,881+ views
    The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Ariz. ^ | 2010-03-31 | Rhonda Bodfield
    U.S. Sen. John McCain is blasting his challenger J.D. Hayworth, saying he’s mischaracterized his record to score political points in the wake of the murder of a Douglas rancher over the weekend. Former Congressman Hayworth is blasting back, meanwhile, saying McCain’s record on immigration is out of step with what Arizona wants. Speaking on a Phoenix broadcast station about the case of Robert Krentz, who was believed to have been shot and killed by an illegal immigrant, Hayworth said he has long advocated for a military presence on the border while McCain worked on an “amnesty bill” with former U.S....
  • Tancredo: "Napolitano Lied, Rob Krentz Died" (YouTube)

    03/31/2010 1:00:03 PM PDT · by pillut48 · 38 replies · 1,093+ views
    YouTube ^ | March 31, 2010 | Tom Tancredo
    Tom Tancredo calls for the dismissal of Janet Napolitano in light of the senseless killing of rancher Rob Krentz, on his own land, just 15 miles north of the Mexican border.
  • Ranchers' Big Fear Realized (Killed by illegal/drug runner?)

    03/30/2010 10:26:52 AM PDT · by CedarDave · 24 replies · 1,109+ views
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | March 29, 2010 | Rene Romo
    LAS CRUCES — Ranchers along the Arizona-New Mexico border with Mexico have long become accustomed to trespassing and property damage caused by illegal immigrants and drug smugglers. But the weekend slaying of an Arizona rancher by a suspect who apparently fled to Mexico was the looming threat that always caused the most fear. "I think everybody just feels like they've been hit in the stomach," said bootheel rancher Judy Keeler, a friend of rancher Robert Krentz, who was tending his Cochise County ranch Saturday when he was fatally shot by an unknown assailant. "A lot of us have been going...
  • Prominent Southern AZ Rancher Found Dead

    03/30/2010 7:44:42 AM PDT · by Breyean · 30 replies · 852+ views
    Associated Press ^ | March 30,2010 | Associated Press
    <p>PHOENIX (AP) _ Cochise County investigators say a prominent southeast Arizona rancher likely was killed by an illegal immigrant but there's no evidence to suggest there was any confrontation that led to the shooting.</p> <p>The body of 58-year-old Robert Krentz was located before midnight Saturday on his 35,000 acre ranch about 35 miles northeast of Douglas after his brother reported that he had lost radio contact with Krentz earlier in the day.</p>
  • The death of an Arizona rancher Updated

    03/29/2010 3:25:09 PM PDT · by AuntB · 31 replies · 1,405+ views ^ | Mar. 29, 2010 | Michelle Malkin
    Rob Krentz was a Cochise County, AZ cattle farmer who had battled the bloody consequences of illegal immigration for years. Over the weekend, his dead body was found on his ranch. The longtime rancher had been gunned down. Police are investigating the homicide. The Arizona Star reports: A longtime rancher was killed on his Douglas-area property over the weekend, and neighbors worried that his homicide was connected to increasing border-related crime in the area. The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office offered little information into the late-Saturday shooting death of 58-year-old Robert Krentz, whose family began the Krentz Ranch more than 100...
  • Arizona Rancher Is Murdered Hours After Confrontation With Illegals (video report)

    03/29/2010 2:59:21 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 16 replies · 1,036+ views
    KPHO-TV ^ | March 29, 2010
    KPHO-TV: Robert Krentz, 58, was a third generation rancher who was inducted into the Arizona Farming and Ranching Hall of Fame one year ago.
  • Rancher and Dog Killed by Illegal Alien

    03/28/2010 1:25:04 PM PDT · by DLfromthedesert · 149 replies · 3,555+ views
    Diggers Realm ^ | 3/28/2010 | Digger
    Mark Potok and the SPLC Think YOU ARE A RACIST! Read The New Report "Hate And Slander For Profit" An Exclusive From Digger's Realm Border Rancher Rob Krentz And Dog Found Shot To Death After Aiding Illegal Alien By Digger The body of Rancher Rob Krentz and his dog were found shot to death on his ranch. Krentz, who always was good-natured and willing to help people, had called in that he had found an illegal alien at one of his watering holes and was assisting him. That was the last that was heard from him before his body was...
  • Cattleman Found Dead at Ranch

    03/29/2010 8:18:26 AM PDT · by CedarDave · 14 replies · 1,168+ views
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | March 29, 2010 | Juan Carlos Rodriguez
    Robert Krentz, an Arizona rancher with ties to New Mexico, on Saturday was found shot on his ranch. Carol Capas, public information officer for the Cochise County Sheriff's Office, said there were no details available about the killing of Krentz, 58, on Sunday evening. She said Krentz's ranch is about 35 miles northeast of Douglas, Ariz. Caren Cowan, executive director of the New Mexico Cattle Growers' Association, said she grew up with Krentz's family in Arizona and counted Krentz as a member of the association. She said he joined in order to collaborate with New Mexico ranchers on issues such...
  • Southeastern AZ rancher and his dog found shot dead

    03/29/2010 12:24:35 AM PDT · by Main Street · 122 replies · 5,434+ views ^ | 3/28/2010 |
    COCHISE COUNTY - News 4 has confirmed that a well-known rancher in Southeastern Arizona has died. Investigators say Rob Krentz was found shot to death Saturday night near his ranch. Saturday morning Krentz reportedly left the ranch on a quad and called home a short time later to report an illegal immigrant, whom he thought was in need of medical attention. That was the last time anyone heard from him. Investigators located Krentz alongside his dog who we understand had been shot. Krentz leaves behind and wife and 3 children. According to the Arizona Farming and Ranching Hall of...