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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Bill Wright
Authorities investigating the death of a Texas man at Grand Canyon National Park believe he fell about 350 feet from the canyon's edge after trying to retrieve something, possibly a hat.
Park authorities have issued citations for 21 tourists and visitors who entered Grand Canyon National Park grounds after the government shutdown started. And in response – and in the face of furloughing other workers – the park has bolstered its security team to monitor the land around the clock.
A criminal investigations report says several U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees are accused of aiding Islamic extremists with identification fraud and of exploiting the visa system for personal gain.
Wright says the sedan and the tour bus apparently collided head-on on the road between Grand Canyon Village and the park's east entrance, and one vehicle ricocheted into the minivan.