Human Head Found in Arizona Fuels Political Debate By Joshua Rhett Miller Published July 15, 2010 | FoxNews.com June 29: Rancher J. David Lowell indicates were the head of Francisco Fuentes Dominguez, 43, who was not a U.S. citizen, was found on Atascosa Ranch. (FNC) A controversy is brewing in Arizona over assertions by advocates of more stringent immigration laws that drug and human traffickers have beheaded illegal immigrants as a warning to rival cartels operating along the Arizona-Mexico border. Our medical examiner has not seen any cases of beheadings," a Pinal County official said. Another official in Cochise County said a very small number of bodies -- usually one or two per year -- are found without skulls. But with no evidence that a cutting implement was used, that is typically the work of animals, the official said. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/15/human-head-arizona-fuels-political-debate/ _______________________________________________________________ Animals do not typically tear heads of bodies. Maybe these were the ones Governor Jan Brewer were talking about. She did not exactly lie.