A good-looking year-old man from Veracruz is Vegas-bound. Now he summons his courage, makes sure no one is watching, and walks toward the spot where the three have crossed to the other side.
Now he tensed as the accelerated down the runway, lifting and banking sharply over Mexico City. They walk like this for several more hours, slipping through barbed wire fences, hiking through riverbeds, and scaling the foothills of what the locals call Saddlegap Mountain.
Locals joke about building a miniature Statue of Liberty in the town square. Approaching the front of the line, Antonio becomes nervous and forgets the phrase he has memorized.
The men watched her pass. Antonio searches for a door, sees none, and tries unsuccessfully to skirt the transparent barrier. Antonio Gonzalez lies on the floor of the Chevy Suburban as it travels east on the Chihuahua highway, past the nightclubs and the traffic fatality crosses.
A helicopter equipped with a million candlepower searchlight rises into the air at a nearby airstrip. They are working in factories, cleaning houses, and having children.
A friend of Juan Carlos pledged to loan him the rest. Antonio knows that he is more fortunate than most.
At the car wash, no one tells Antonio how much he is being paid, and he does not ask. Locals joke about building a miniature Statue of Liberty in the town square.
He worked delivering pizzas for an Italian place on the Grand Concourse, in the Bronx. By midnight all the other group members are gone. The other counter workers ask him questions that he does not understand.
Of those arrested, nearly all will be back in Mexico within the hour; if it's early enough, they will try their luck again before dawn. And sometimes, in their insular community, they find love.
Her two daughters played nearby amid the detritus of the day's construction. The tequila bottle is empty now and Carlos is behind the wheel. The details do not matter. The truck pulls into the driveway of a split-level ranch house in a nondescript development.
Nobody who has seen the poverty in southern Mexico thinks the Border Patrol stands a chance. On the eighth day, the skies cleared, and he went to work at the car wash with his brother.
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