Thursday, September 5, 2013



Note:  Unusually good surveillance photos.  No details on how, or where, or by who photos were taken.  Nor any info on how many other "visitors" photos may be on file.
Go to link for photos.
Keeping in mind that the Chiricahua corridor is a long time very successful drug/human smuggling route.  Important enough to get high level supervision from the Pacifico/Sinaloa export organizations. 

Photos released in Cochise park attack
Cochise County Sheriff's Office

These three men were spotted in the days before the attack on National Park Service employee Karen Gonzales. The attack took place Aug. 28 at Chiricahua National Monument.
7 hours ago  •  By Veronica M. Cruz Arizona Daily Star

The Cochise County Sheriff's Office is looking to identify three men who were seen at Chiricahua National Monument in the days leading up to an attack on a park employee.

The Sheriff's Office released photos of the men who are considered persons of interest Tuesday.

Karen Gonzales, a National Park Service employee, was found unconscious in a picnic area restroom at the park on Aug. 28.

Her government vehicle was found several hours later near Douglas by tracking her cellphone, which was still inside.

The Sheriff's Office released another surveillance photo of a suspect in the beating on Saturday.

Anyone with information about the   men is asked to call the Cochise County Sheriff's Office at 520-432-9500. 


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