Laredo- Two researchers from The Center for Immigration Studies discovered the remains of what is thought to be the oldest known illegal immigrant.
Hector Valdez Juan Pablo and Chin Ming, two researchers from CIS, while studying the migration patterns of the illusive pre-Mexican people of the Nahua, stumbled onto the fossilized remains of an adult male and what appears to be a donkey like animal.
Ming commented on the presence of what is thought to be a bale of fossilized cocaine found at the site, " we thought at first we had found the remains of an North American Native Indian, but the presence of the cocaine leads us to believe we have been wrong about the timeline of illegal immigration"
It appears he was resting against an ancient structure that appears to be a high fence. "Due to the fact the fence structure has shielded the remains from the elements,we were able to analyze the stomach contents" explained Pablo. The stomach contained picante sauce and corn chips. The researchers named the remains Speedy Gonzales after the popular cartoon character.