Borderlands Shell Game 

In the maze of border law enforcement, cases get shuffled and small perps can walk

Interstate 19 weaves past quaint villages and metastasizing suburbs on its way from Tucson to the Mexican border. But peek beyond the bucolic veneer of this meandering roadway and you'll find a bristling army of law enforcement, from Border Patrol agents and…

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