By Brenda Norrell
The autopsy report states that Raymond Mattia, Tohono O'odham, was the victim of homicide when shot nine times by three U.S. Border Patrol agents.
Ten years ago, Raymond told Censored News that he had videotaped local U.S. Border Patrol agents escorting drug cartels across the border with their drug loads. Raymond said after he submitted the evidence -- it disappeared.
On Friday and Saturday, during the same time that the autopsy and some of the agents' body camera results were made public of the Border Patrol's murder of Raymond Mattia, Censored News examined the air traffic south of the border.
Three aircraft entered the airspace of Mexico, ending their flights in a remote region of the Sonoran Desert south of the Arizona border in Mexico, according to Flight Radar 24.
Responding to the flight traffic on the south side of the border, one Tohono O'odham said, "Meanwhile, they're back to their trafficking business, after their kill."
A U.S. Border Patrol helicopter, a Colombian Aerotaxi departing from nearby Fort Huachuca Army base, and a U.S. Army helicopter entered the airspace of Mexico. Their flights ended just south of the border, south of Topawa on the Tohono O'odham Nation, in a remote region of the Sonoran Desert, across the border from Arizona, according to Flight Radar 24.
Censored News will follow with a report from Raymond's family regarding his murder, the autopsy report, and the body camera release.