By Fernanda Santos • New York Times News Service / The Bulletin
January 26, 2013
HIDALGO COUNTY, N.M. —
A white pickup truck rumbled along the barbed-wire fence that divides the United States and Mexico, toward a crude gate nicknamed Mingas, carved by drug smugglers to bring their supply across the border.
On U.S. soil, Daniel Algarate Martinez, a Border Patrol agent,....