After following the migrant caravan for five days, I raised concerns with Edgar Corso Sosa of the National Human Rights Commission of Mexico. He wasn't bothered by the known violent criminals in the group, because, he says, they have needs too.
So if the United States won't take them, does Mexico as a nation have the resources to absorb the 5,000 to 7,000 migrants currently moving through their country?
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