Death In the Desert

Commentator Craig Childs describes his experiences mapping remote water holes in the desert of southwestern Arizona. Childs says this harsh wilderness too often serves as a death-trap for illegal Mexican immigrants who find themselves ill-equipped for the arid terrain.

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