Desecration: Unearthed Native Burial Site Causes Uproar

Desecration: Unearthed Native Burial Site Causes Uproar

Bones — including skulls, ribs, femurs, jaws, and fingers — from at least 10 ancient adults and adolescents were ripped from their graves, broken and scattered by bulldozers and backhoes. The devastation occurred in late April 2011 when the Arizona Game and Fish Department started construction on a public fishing pond. Read the full story by Monica Alonzo.

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Bones — including skulls, ribs, femurs, jaws, and fingers — from at least 10 ancient adults and adolescents were ripped from their graves, broken and scattered by bulldozers and backhoes. The devastation occurred in late April 2011 when the Arizona Game and Fish Department started construction on a public fishing pond. Read the full story by Monica Alonzo.

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An Eccentric Ad Man Loses His Helicopter to the Feds

Photos by Monica Alonzo
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