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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

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Border Security February 11, 2015
Martha McSally, R-AZ
"Rancher Rob Krentz, in 2010, went out to help someone, and that is the last we have heard of him. He was murdered on his own property. They still don’t know who did that as he was out there responding."
A Call To Action—Border Security February 4, 2015
Martha McSally, R-AZ
"For those who are not aware, Rob Krentz is a rancher in my district, and he was killed. He was murdered on his own ranch in 2010. This is as it was reported by The Arizona Republic:"
Border Security, Economic Opportunity, And Immigration Modernization Act—Continued June 27, 2013
Jeff Flake, R-AZ
"The status quo is now a considerable volume of traffic as well as theft, vandalism, and drug smuggling. This has created a situation that is ever more dangerous for Arizona border residents. Never was this more poignant than with the tragic 2010 death of Rob Krentz, a prominent member of the ranching community on the border. He was most likely killed by an incident related to illegal smuggling. I last spoke to Rob’s brother Phil just this morning."
Border Security, Economic Opportunity, And Immigration Modernization Act June 12, 2013
Charles Grassley, R-IA
"Robert Krentz from Arizona, a rancher, was killed in 2010. His family expressed frustration with the Federal Government, stating:"
H.R. 2217, Department Of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2014 June 5, 2013
Ted Poe, R-TX
"This amendment is relatively simple. It started back in March of 2010. On March 27, 2010, a rancher by the name of Rob Krentz was on his own property about 20 miles north of the Arizona-Mexico border, and he was murdered. Even now 3 years later, the killer or killers have not been captured. When he was found by the people who lived there, his wife, Sue, was convinced one of the reasons he was murdered was he was in a certain area of his ranch that’s a dead zone. Dead zones, Mr. Chairman, exist along the Arizona-Mexico border, the Texas-Mexico border, and are areas where there is no cell phone service. Ranchers rely many times on short-wave radios to communicate with each other and law enforcement. Basically, Rob Krentz could not call for help before he was murdered."

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