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17,167. In Tombstone Arizona the most notorious gunfight in history is about to unfold. (Gangstas & Westerns & Arizona) Days that Shook the World: St Valentine’s Day Massacre/Gunfight at the OK Coral
17,168. A gunslinger is a new phenomenon in the West. (Gangstas & Westerns & Arizona) ibid.
17,169. Who fired first? (Gangstas & Westerns & Arizona) ibid.
43,907. His job in Phoenix is to enforce the will of one of the world’s most dangerous and brutal drugs cartels. (Drugs & Arizona & Gangstas) Cartel City: Arizona: Drugs Inc
43,908. Phoenix Arizona: one of the wholesale drug capitals of America and now under the control of one of Mexico's most powerful and ruthless drug organisations - the Sinalao Cartel. (Drugs & Arizona & Gangstas) ibid.
74,425. Phoenix, Arizona ... is under constant threat of cartel violence. (Drugs & Arizona & Gangstas) Drugs Inc Compilation: Breakdown, National Geographic 2015
74,426. One in four felons serving drug sentences in Arizona prisons are not US citizens. (Drugs & Arizona & Gangstas) ibid.
63,685. It is illegal for men and women over the age of eighteen to have less than one missing tooth visible when smiling. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! 2006
63,686. Donkeys are not permitted to sleep in bathtubs. ibid.
63,687. In Mohave County a decree declares that anyone caught stealing soap must wash himself with it until it’s all used up. ibid.
83,752. ‘Dear Scott ... While hiking in the Mustang Mountains my friends and I came across a cave – there's native American rock art ... There’s a stone with a mysterious inscription outside the cave – I think it’s a message written in runes.’ (Arizona & Stone & Cave) America Unearthed: Medieval Desert Mystery s1e2, letter
88,699. These smugglers, many of them present in trafficking through my State of Arizona, create false Social Security cards, false green cards, visas and a variety of other fraudulent documents as an essential part of their smuggling activities. (Smuggling & Arizona) John Shadegg
106,572. This is the heart of the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. There are no towns or villages here. Hundreds of miles of 70 degree heat and rattlesnakes. But this is a pathway to the American Dream. And it’s a dangerous one. In the last five years more than 1,000 people have died trying to walk across this patch of desert. (Immigration & South & Arizona & Border) Stacey Dooley in the USA: Border Wars, BBC 2017
106,573. They prepare for their journey in a small town close to the border - it’s called Altar. (Immigration & South & Arizona & Border) ibid.
106,574. Charging up to $7,000 dollars for the trip. (Immigration & South & Arizona & Border) ibid.
106,575. The US border agency was out on patrol. (Immigration & South & Arizona & Border) ibid.
106,576. Maria is now one of six million Mexicans living illegally in America. They mostly work in low-paid farming, cleaning or construction jobs. Maria’s found herself a job picking fruit. (Immigration & South & Arizona & Border) ibid.
73,950. Arizona’s new Mexican Mafia – known as New eMe. New eMe’s criminal empire extends beyond prison walls. (Gangstas: Arizona & Arizona & Gangstas: Mexican Mafia) Gangland s7e12: Valley of Death, History 2010
73,951. By 1995 the New eMe controlled the [prison] yards. New eMe is now one hundred strong. (Gangstas: Arizona & Arizona & Gangstas: Mexican Mafia) ibid.
127,865. In the summer of 1917, World War I was raging and the Queen of the Copper camps, Bisbee, Arizona, was crucial to the war effort. Copper was essential for munitions, and the mining companies were making record profits.
The miners, many of them immigrants, grew tired of the unsafe working conditions, imbalance of power and the discrimination they faced in the camp.
The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) seized upon this opportunity and came to Bisbee, to radicalize the workers and help cripple the war effort.
The IWW called a strike and the townspeople were forced to choose between the strikers and the mining companies.
Then on July 12 1917 a possee of two thousand men, led by Sheriff Harry Wheeler, rounded up the strikers at gunpoint, threw them onto cattle cars and shipped them to the barren desert of New Mexico, leaving them to die.
This event came to be known as the Bisbee Deportation. (Industrial Action & Arizona & New Mexico & Strike & Mining & Trade Union) Bisbee ’17, 2018, captions
127,867. Thank you for riding the deportation express. (Industrial Action & Arizona & New Mexico & Strike & Mining & Trade Union) ibid. coach tour
127,868. The Bisbee deportations seemed to disappear from the town’s history. The story was rarely told or mentioned. (Industrial Action & Arizona & New Mexico & Strike & Mining & Trade Union) ibid.
129,329. Arizona’s Superstition mountains have been a magnet for generations of adventurers and treasure hunters. Many who come to the mountains seeking riches never return. In 1860 a miner called the Dutchman staggered out of the mountains more dead than alive. Something kept him going when other would have given up. He had been tortured by Indians and seen his partner murdered. For days he had travelled alone under the blazing sun. What was the secret that gave him the strength to survive? It was treasure. Great nuggets of gold. The Dutchman said he’d found a mine full of it. (Treasure & Arizona & Mine) In Search of … s2e1: The Lost Dutchman Mine, 1977