In this Nov. 18, 2017, photo, Brian Houston, of Rancho San Diego, center left, and Evelia Reyes, right, of Tijuana, Mexico, look at each other in their wedding at the "Door of Hope," part of the border fence between the U.S. and Mexico. A U.S. citizen, forbidden to enter Mexico, met and wed the love of his life in a brief moment when the gate separating the two countries was opened. Now it turns out the groom is a convicted drug smuggler and border agents are furious that he passed a federal background check and was approved for the "Door of Hope.”
In this Nov. 18, 2017, photo, Brian Houston, of Rancho San Diego, center left, and Evelia Reyes, right, of Tijuana, Mexico, look at each other in their wedding at the "Door of Hope," part of the border fence between the U.S. and Mexico. A U.S. citizen, forbidden to enter Mexico, met and wed the love of his life in a brief moment when the gate separating the two countries was opened. Now it turns out the groom is a convicted drug smuggler and border agents are furious that he passed a federal background check and was approved for the "Door of Hope.” Howard Lipin San Diego Union-Tribune via AP
In this Nov. 18, 2017, photo, Brian Houston, of Rancho San Diego, center left, and Evelia Reyes, right, of Tijuana, Mexico, look at each other in their wedding at the "Door of Hope," part of the border fence between the U.S. and Mexico. A U.S. citizen, forbidden to enter Mexico, met and wed the love of his life in a brief moment when the gate separating the two countries was opened. Now it turns out the groom is a convicted drug smuggler and border agents are furious that he passed a federal background check and was approved for the "Door of Hope.” Howard Lipin San Diego Union-Tribune via AP

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