People who come to this country to request asylum have to deal with bureaucracy on both sides of the border. At one port of entry, asylum-seekers have taken part of that chaotic process into their own hands. The ad hoc effort involves a mysterious notebook that holds the names — some even say the fates — of those very asylum-seekers. The World's Carol Hills speaks with LA Times immigration reporter Cindy Carcamo.
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