Human Smugglers In Southwest Prosecuted By Mexico

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Suspected human smugglers caught in California’s Imperial Valley are being handed over to Mexican authorities for prosecution as part of a pilot program that has been so successful in disrupting some illegal immigration that authorities want to expand it across the Southwest, reports the Los Angeles Times. Nearly 40 smugglers, called coyotes, have been arrested
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