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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Alfonso Cordova
The vast majority of undocumented Central Americans passing through Mexico are young first-timers, fleeing violence, unemployment and impoverished conditions in their home countries. But stories of seeking to reclaim a life in the shadows of U.S. law are not uncommon.
"I've got to think about it," he said. "Maybe Nogales. ... I've got to see. ... We're going to make it somehow."
He acknowledged that he did not pay taxes for several years while living in the United States.