Border Patrolled Youth 

Children in Ambos Nogales live life in law enforcement created limbo

A friendly Border Patrol agent, who has just lit up a cigar, is pointing across the international boundary to Nogales, Sonora. He says that these are the places where "lookouts" are watching him and other agents of the U.S. Department of Homeland…

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