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ALERT! 73 y/o AZ Rancher Charged w/ WHAT?! For Defending His Land From Illegal Alien … AYFKM?!

Property owners along the US-Mexico border are facing a crisis. Illegal aliens, or people who have entered the United States without legal permission, are entering their land and taking up residence.

This has led to property damage and financial losses for those living in affected areas. Some property owners have reported that they have had to bear the cost of repairing fences that illegal aliens have destroyed while crossing their land.

They also report having to clean up garbage left behind by these trespassers. In addition, some landowners claim that they’ve found drug paraphernalia on their property as well as human waste from illegal aliens using it as a restroom.

In many cases, this problem is made worse by local law enforcement agencies failing to take action against the trespassers. Some landowners feel helpless when it comes to protecting their property from illegal aliens due to lack of support from authorities.

Additionally, some argue that these same officials allow these criminals to enter the country with impunity and thus contribute directly to this crisis of property ownership.

An even bigger consequence is financial loss for landowners whose properties are damaged by illegal aliens trespassing on them. In some cases, these costs can be astronomical with one rancher reporting losses amounting to $500 000 over a period of five years!

Now, all those issue are bad enough.  However what do you do when your family’s very lives are at stake?  You’re not going to like the answer to this …

The Gateway Pundit reported:”

Kino Springs, AZ – A 73-year-old Arizona rancher was arrested and charged with first-degree murder for fatally shooting a Mexican migrant (likely an illegal alien) on his ranch.

George Alan Kelly, 73, was arrested for killing Gabriel Cuen-Butimea, on his Arizona ranch in Kino Springs just outside of Nogales, Mexico on January 30.

Kelly is being held at the Santa Cruz County jail on $1 million bond.

George Kelly asked the judge to reduce his bail so he can go home to take care of his wife.

“She’s there by herself… nobody to take care of her, the livestock or the ranch,” he said, according toNogales International. “And I’m not going anywhere. I can’t come up with a million dollars,” he said.

According to reports, Gabriel Cuen-Butimea has a history of illegally crossing into the United States and multiple deportations.

He is believed to have been in the US illegally when he was fatally shot.

Authorities found a Mexican voter registration card on the decedent.

Nogales International reported:

A 73-year-old man is being held on a first-degree murder charge after authorities say they discovered the body of a still-unidentified male on his Kino Springs property Monday evening.

George Alan Kelly made his initial appearance Tuesday morning at Nogales Justice Court, where Justice of the Peace Emilio Velasquez set bond at $1 million.

Chief Deputy Gerardo Castillo of the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office said investigators were still trying to clarify the circumstances surrounding the incident, as well as establish a motive.

A sheriff’s dispatch report shows a call coming in at 2:40 p.m. Monday from the U.S. Border Patrol, relaying information about a “possible active shooter” in the area of Sagebrush Road. The Border Patrol had apparently received a report from a person at the scene, who mentioned a “group of people running” and said he “was unsure if he was getting shot at as well.”

The entry identified the person at the scene as “Allen.”

Castillo said sheriff’s deputies responded to the area following that report, but found nothing.

However, at 5:56 p.m., the sheriff’s office received another report of shots fired at the property. This time, at 6:24 p.m., deputies located the body of a deceased adult Hispanic male, Castillo said.

There was no weapon found on or near the victim, whose body was discovered 100 to 150 yards from Kelly’s home with one visible gunshot wound, he said.

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