Chain emails never seem to die — they just get fresh dates.
A recent one that landed in our in-box said it detailed an Arizona border raid on March 2, 2012.
The problem? It closely resembles a message that Snopes debunked in 2010.
More than two dozen photos support the narrative: Tarps covered with weapons. Men in military garb sorting clips loaded with bullets. Unmarked SUVs. Recovered uniforms.
Several images still carry Spanish-language captions.
A little rusty Spanish gave us our first clues something was very wrong
. (Well, other than the fact that the information came from chain email!)
So, here's something that's truly fresh to email to your relatives: Our fact-check