Carlos Lopez Palomares is the first to pay his respects to his nephew, Jesus Alberto Cabral Lopez, at a wake the night before his funeral - almost 15 months after he died while attempting to cross the border in the Arizona desert.  Jesus' father, left, had placed his son's portrait on the coffin in the family carport in Villa Juarez, Sonora, Mexico.  "Were there any problems getting him across the border?" he had asked Jesus brother.   (image by Dean Knuth)
Carlos Lopez Palomares is the first to pay his respects to his nephew, Jesus Alberto Cabral Lopez, at a wake the night before his funeral - almost 15 months after he died while attempting to cross the border in the Arizona desert. Jesus' father, left, had placed his son's portrait on the coffin in the family carport in Villa Juarez, Sonora, Mexico. "Were there any problems getting him across the border?" he had asked Jesus brother.
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