Los fines de semana, el agente fronterizo estadounidense Ramiro Cordero disfruta de su rancho en Moctezuma, en el estado de Chihuahua.Ramiro Cordero, agente de la Patrulla Fronteriza de los Estados Unidos, ha pasado casi dos décadas trabajando en el límite de Texas como parte del equipo del sector de El Paso, responsable de interceptar a los migrantes y traficantes de drogas que llegan desde México.La mayoría de los viernes, Cordero se quita el uniforme verde y el cinturón con la pistola,...
Cordero, 46, grew up in Mexico and hopes to retire there soon. He is one of a substantial group of border agents — more than half of whom are Latino — whose family connections are in Mexico, whose professional loyalty is to the United States, whose history straddles both sides of the border. “I think life is simpler here,” Cordero said. “Not that I wish I was in his shoes or his shoes,” nodding to the cowboys, as they did the muscular work of taking the hair off a slaughtered pig.
This is the last in a five-part series about the growing demand for groundwater on both sides of New Mexico's border with Mexico. Part I: Border wall can't keep groundwater from draining awayPart IV: 'The river pays for all of it'Part V: 'I am going to be out of water'U.S.-MEXICAN BORDER - As binational water controversies go, this one may matter to only two people: an American rancher and a Mexican farmer. More to the point: It may matter only to the one most likely to get hung out to dry.
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Selecting a term
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