Shipping containers used to fill a 1,000 foot gap in the border wall with Mexico near Yuma, Ariz., on Aug. 12, 2022 without the consent of the Cocopah Indian Tribe who said Friday, Sept. 2, Arizona acted against its wishes by stacking shipping containers on its land to prevent illegal border crossings. (Arizona Governor’s Office via THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) By Elliot Spagat THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN DIEGO (AP)- The Cocopah Indian Tribe said Friday that the state of Arizona acted against its wishes by stacking shipping containers on its land to prevent illegal border crossings. The tribe determined that the state put 42 double-stacked containers on its land near Yuma, said Michael Fila from its office of emergency management. The tribe wrote state officials Tuesday to inform them of their
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