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The Krentz Bonfire 

Lynn Kartchner at his gun shop in Douglas.

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  • International monument marker 79, on the border road east of Douglas. Putos is a derogatory slang term for a homosexual.
  • The Third Country
  • International monument marker 79, on the border road...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jun 17, 2010
  • Normandy barriers mark the international line along the border road east of Douglas.
  • The Third Country
  • Normandy barriers mark the international line along the...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jun 17, 2010
  • The Horseshoe Fire began near this illegal alien camp at Burro Springs in the Chiricahua Mountains, photographed by the Weekly in the summer of 2008. Drug- and people-smugglers make heavy use of this area.
  • The Third Country
  • The Horseshoe Fire began near this illegal alien...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jun 17, 2010
  • Cross-border smugglers use trails through the Chiricahua Wilderness to move people and drugs, leaving behind trash camps like the one shown here at Burro Springs, photographed by the Weekly in the summer of 2008. The Horseshoe Fire started nearby.
  • The Third Country
  • Cross-border smugglers use trails through the Chiricahua Wilderness...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jun 17, 2010
  • UA Astronomy Professor Chris Impey, in his office.  Note the photo of Impey meeting Pope John Paul II in the background.
  • Are We Alone?
  • UA Astronomy Professor Chris Impey, in his office...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jun 10, 2010
  • This picture, taken from the Mexican side, shows monument marker 79, near Geronimo Trail, a popular crossing point on the border. Note the clear trail north on the U.S. side.
  • The Krentz Bonfire
  • This picture, taken from the Mexican side, shows...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Apr 29, 2010
  • Veterinarian Gary Thrasher, left, talking to National Public Radio's Ted Robbins in Douglas.
  • The Krentz Bonfire
  • Veterinarian Gary Thrasher, left, talking to National Public...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Apr 29, 2010
  • This wooden bridge, at Black Draw on Geronimo Trail, is where trackers believe Rob Krentz's killer fled into Mexico.
  • The Krentz Bonfire
  • This wooden bridge, at Black Draw on Geronimo...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Apr 29, 2010
  • Frightened residents of the Chiricahua Corridor gathered outside the Apache School on March 31, four days after the murder of rancher Rob Krentz.
  • The Krentz Bonfire
  • Frightened residents of the Chiricahua Corridor gathered outside...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Apr 29, 2010
  • Howard Hunt demonstrates how two home invaders duct-taped his hands to the post of a bed. Because he takes Coumadin and bruises easily, the tape left a nasty mark on his wrist.
  • Luck and Fear
  • Howard Hunt demonstrates how two home invaders duct-taped...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Feb 4, 2010
  • This animal has scars on its back from carrying heavy drug loads.
  • Burdened Beasts
  • This animal has scars on its back from...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jan 14, 2010

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