East Arizona, Part 11
A separate tragedy is that the tons of feces and
rotton food and soiled clothing is later cleaned up by local Boy
America's children clean these desease ridden lands
only to have them soiled again and again with no end in sight.
These places are also sprinkled with golden petals
of great interest -- hundreds of old money transfer receipts --
for funds sent south.
most of Arizona is fenced, the illegals must clamber over multiple
strands of barbed wire to gain access to these rendezvous points.
In many places it's best to burrow under the fence so that passersby
will not notice any deformation to the barbed wire fence line.
Remember, in this part of the country a rancher's broken fence
is noticed. These burrowing places will sometimes be covered over
so as to not be visible from the paved road or dug at an angle
so that speeding vehicles will not gain a view of the trough just
below the fence.
The well worn -- even polished -- trench used
by illegals to gain access to the paved highway where their coyote
will collect them and transport them to Tucson, Phoenix, or even
The usual process requires that the illegals -- 50 or even 100
at a time -- will be guided over the border and then told to march
along certain trails or following certain markers and then stop.
Along this part of the Arizona border the San Pedro river offers
a reasonable pathway from the border to these rendezvous points
just south of Tombstone.
After releasing his "pollos" to clamber northward on
their own, the coyote will then stop in some developed area such
as the town of Sierra Vista and purchase food and drink for his
charges. He will then drop this food and drink at the rendezvous
point and again remove himself from the area and await their arrival.