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Smugglers' Paradise 

"Someone who is robbed is never going to admit they brought in drugs themselves," says Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada, from his office in Nogales.

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Image Archives: Stories: Leo W. Banks

  • Lupe Suazo does "mitts" with Mandito in the gym.
  • The Contender
  • Lupe Suazo does "mitts" with Mandito in the...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jan 6, 2011
  • Guadalupe Suazo and his grandson Mandito, at the restaurant at the Tohono O'odham Swap Meet.
  • The Contender
  • Guadalupe Suazo and his grandson Mandito, at the...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jan 6, 2011
  • Trainer Pete Quezada works with Mandito in the gym.
  • The Contender
  • Trainer Pete Quezada works with Mandito in the...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jan 6, 2011
  • Lupe Suazo talks with Tino Acosta (far right), Arizona's Silver Gloves champ at 125 pounds.
  • The Contender
  • Lupe Suazo talks with Tino Acosta (far right),...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Jan 6, 2011
  • Alex Mills walks along the bed of the Santa Cruz River.
  • What a View!
  • Alex Mills walks along the bed of the...
  • leo w. banks
  • Aug 4, 2010
  • Alex Mills shows a map of his Buena Vista Ranch.
  • What a View!
  • Alex Mills shows a map of his Buena...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Aug 4, 2010
  • Anyone building on this land, east of Nogales at Kino Springs, would have these views of the border wall, complete with patrolling Border Patrol trucks.
  • What a View!
  • Anyone building on this land, east of Nogales...
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Aug 4, 2010
  • The main ranch house at Buena Vista.
  • What a View!
  • The main ranch house at Buena Vista.
  • Leo W. Banks
  • Aug 4, 2010

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