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September 29, 1996 | MITCHELL LANDSBERG, ASSOCIATED PRESS
The new border fence slices through the desert hills like some rusting, corrugated version of the Great Wall of China. It most obviously divides the United States and Mexico, but also puts a wall between the Severance family, Pete and Jeri, and the Gallegos, Raul and Leandra. For now, it's fine for all concerned.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 29, 1996 | MITCHELL LANDSBERG, ASSOCIATED PRESS
The new border fence slices through the desert hills like some rusting, corrugated version of the Great Wall of China. It most obviously divides the United States and Mexico, but also puts a wall between the Severance family, Pete and Jeri, and the Gallegos, Raul and Leandra. For now, it's fine for all concerned.
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May 21, 2006 | Andrew Malcolm and Ellen Alperstein, Times Staff Writers
Border's `black hole' Tighten border security around San Diego and this creates an opportunity for the criminals of Jacume, Mexico, a "black hole" where authorities have very little authority. In the forbidding valleys and mountain passes east of San Diego, Jacume thrives as a free-flowing transit point for drugs and illegal immigrants. Mile-for-mile, more drugs are seized in this area than almost anywhere along the California line.
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