A brief history of the 100-year-old Tempe squatter case

By Richard Ruelas | The Republic

Sometime around 1890, a man named Jesus Martinez purchased an adobe home near the Salt River in Tempe from a man named Ramon Gonzalez, who had built the home a decade earlier. Martinez lived there and died there, and his ancestors would live and work on the property and home for the next 130 years.

But decades before Jesus Martinez bought the house, something else had happened.

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