In Kino Springs, a remote region of Arizona about 1.5 miles from the border, Gabriel Cuen-Butimea, 48, was shot by 73-year-old rancher George Alan Kelly on Monday, January 30. Kelly had seen Cuen-Butimea trespass into Kelly’s farm.

Gabriel was shot once while unarmed and passed away on the property itself. As his family demands “justice” for his death, the Mexican immigrant who was fatally shot by the rancher in Arizona can be seen for the first time today.

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Who is George Alan Kelly? 

George Alan Kelly is a 73 man who was arrested last week in connection with the killing and charged with first-degree murder.

The 48-year-old victim was identified as Gabriel Cuen-Butimea by the authorities according to a Mexican voter registration card that was discovered on the victim. He resided in Nogales, Mexico, which is only a short distance south of the border.

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Kelly is still being held in custody in Arizona on a $1 million bond while he awaits his next court date on a murder accusation. According to acquaintances, Kelly has had issues with other migrants traveling through his land. He also requested the judge earlier this week to reduce the sentence or release him, pointing out that his old wife couldn’t care for their livestock by herself, but he was returned to jail.

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The two men didn’t appear to have known each other before, according to Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Gerardo Castillo, who previously told Nogales International that investigators were trying to determine the specifics of the killing and its motivation.