Between the US and Mexico, a corridor of surveillance becomes lethal
Immigrants, asylum seekers, and criminal gangs are all caught up in the Biden Administration’s deadly surveillance dragnet – Read Article on CodaStory.com
Arizona's Migrant Graveyard: Searching for Bodies and Bones in the Borderlands
It only took about an hour of hiking through Growler Valley before a member of Battalion Search and Rescue spotted some bones. “We’ve got human remains,” a voice announced grimly over the radio – Read Article on Phoenix New Times
Search for migrant remains becomes mission to deliver closure
Since 2001, the remains of more than 2,800 migrants have been found in the southern Arizona desert. Forty percent of those remains — more than 1,100 people — remain unidentified. – Read Article on ABC15
Larger than Borders Video Interview
Larger than Borders Laurie Benson Interviews Battalion SAR volunteer James Holeman – Watch it on Facebook
Arizona Public Media
**DUE TO THE SENSITIVE NATURE OF THIS CONTENT, VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.** The bodies of nearly 3,000 undocumented people have been found in the border region of southern Arizona since the beginning of the Century. Bruce Anderson and his small team of forensics anthropologists at the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner have been working to identify the dead. – Watch the Video on Facebook
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