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Tribe Demanding Answers, Justice for Member Shot 38 Times by US Border Patrol Agents

Allan Stein
By Allan Stein

Conflicting narratives paint different pictures of Tohono O’odham Nation member’s death in Arizona

WHY, Ariz.—Yvonne Nevarez remembers her late uncle Raymond Mattia as a proud Tohono O’odham Nation member who always took a stand against injustice.

He was a kind, respectful, peace-loving man, she said, making his shooting death by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents even harder to accept.

“I’m angry. I can’t believe it. I don’t want to believe it. Our lives will never be the same,” Nevarez said, struggling through tears.

“He was like a dad to me. And now, he’s gone.”

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