This is the fourth article in a series on illegal drug and human smuggling along Arizona’s border with Mexico.
DOUGLAS, Ariz.—The Chevy pickup truck growled like a wary pitbull as it crept along the narrow dirt road parallel to Arizona’s southern border wall fence with Mexico.
Sam, the owner of a private Arizona security firm, stopped the truck and put the gear in park.
“We’re on the Roosevelt Easement right now,” he says bluntly. “The federal government owns this entire road.”
Something, though, was glaringly out of place on Aug. 24.
Kyle, a security specialist in Arizona, stands in front of open floodgates along the Arizona border wall with Mexico on Aug. 24. (Allan Stein/The Epoch Times)
Three massive irrigation gates built into the steel border wall fence were open for anyone to walk through….


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