SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — At night on the western edge of this capital city, Borman Marmol looked like a middle-aged toy helicopter aficionado.  

He leaned against his parked car, oversize remote control in hand, eyes to the sky. A deadly accident had cars backed up 25 miles on this part of the highway, and Marmol had a camera on the entire snaking traffic jam.

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