Arizona mother accused of drug smuggling says she has ‘nothing to hide’


If we had a real president instead of liberal wimp, this kind of thing wouldn’t keep happening.
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An Arizona mother accused of trying to smuggle 12 pounds of marijuana into the U.S. from Mexico says she has “nothing to hide” and expects to be released soon.

Yanira Maldonado, 42, of Goodyear, Ariz. was arrested by the Mexican military after they found nearly 12 pounds of pot under her bus seat last week. In an exclusive jailhouse interview, the mother of seven told she had nothing to do with the marijuana packages — packed in plastic bags and wrapped in tan packing tape — found under her seat.

“I’m going to be free; I’m not guilty,” Maldonado said. “I have nothing to hide.”

Maldonado, a devout Mormon, credited her faith as her source of strength while behind bars for nearly a week in a Mexican jail in Nogales.



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