|Arizona Civil Air Patrol flew low this morning over the home
of Raymond Mattia, Tohono O'odham murdered by the U.S. Border Patrol.
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Surveillance Continues by Civil Air Patrol Over Home of Tohono O'odham Murdered by U.S. Border Patrol
May 31, 2023
GU VO DISTRICT, Tohono O'odham Nation -- The surveillance continued by the Arizona Civil Air Patrol this morning, Wednesday morning, over the home of Raymond Mattia, Tohono O'odham, murdered by the U.S. Border Patrol. The plane flew very low over the homes of Mattia's family members and could be seen clearly from the ground.
This morning, the Civil Air Patrol plane flew out of Sierra Vista, where the Army's Fort Huachuca is located this morning, and then flew over the home of Raymond and the homes of his family members here on the western part of the Tohono O'odham Nation. It departed Sierra Vista this morning at 6:24 am.
On Saturday, as Tohono O'odham and supporters were leaving for the protest of the Ajo Border Patrol, another Civil Air Patrol plane flew over the area, including the homes of Raymond's family. It departed from Mesa in the Phoenix area, south of Salt River, and landed south of the protest shortly before the protest began at the Ajo Border Patrol station in Why, Arizona.
Then, on Sunday morning, another Civil Air Patrol plane flew out of Tucson over the area of Raymond's home, on the western portion of the Tohono O'odham Nation.
These Civil Air Patrol planes have no recent history of patrolling this area. The Civil Air Patrol is an auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force manned by volunteers.
(Below) Civil Air Patrol CAP 282 is shown departing from Sierra Vista this morning. Screenshot by Censored News.
Tohono O'odham family and friends protested at the Ajo Border Patrol station on Saturday, demanding justice for Raymond Mattia, murdered by the U.S. Border Patrol. Three Border Patrol agents fired their weapons as Raymond was coming out the front door of his home to talk to them. Raymond's sister was on the phone with him seconds before he was shot. The family was told at the scene that Raymond was shot 38 times on May 18, 2023.
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