No road too dangerous

Migrants from Central America wait for a free meal of rice, beans and carrots at the San Juan Diego shelter in Tultitlan, Mexico, one stop on a journey that they hope will end with an illegal crossing into the U.S. Before that, they face a gantlet of life-or-death risks, including extortion, kidnapping, rape and killing by crooked police and criminal gangs. (Keith Dannemiller/Special to The Washington Times)

Migrants from Central America wait for a free meal of rice, beans and carrots at the San Juan Diego shelter in Tultitlan, Mexico, one stop on a journey that they hope will end with an illegal crossing into the U.S. Before that, they face a gantlet of life-or-death risks, including extortion, kidnapping, rape and killing by crooked police and criminal gangs. (Keith Dannemiller/Special to The Washington Times)

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