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In El Paso, a Loving Community Living in Fear

Expand A Border Patrol agent looks on near where a border wall ends that separates the cities of Tijuana, Mexico, and San Diego, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, in San Diego.  © 2019 AP Photo One of the first things Father Arturo Bañuelas, the pastor of El Paso parish, noticed when he arrived at the scene of the shooting at an El Paso Walmart was the number of US Customs and Border Protection agents. More than 100 agents with their white SUVs sporting the Homeland Security logo had responded. “They were very visibly present,” he said. Bañuelas had come to comfort the victims and their families. But…

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