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Border Wars [electronic resource]

It stretches for 2,000 miles, carving through major metropolitan areas and inhospitable deserts as it divides the U.S. from Mexico. Each year about 350 million people cross this, the busiest border in the world, not including an estimated one million undocumented immigrants. In response to a growing tide of illegal activity that includes human and drug smuggling, U.S. factions have tightened their grip on the border. But by foot or by car, immigrants and drug traffickers will do whatever it takes to reach the U.S. Drugs and the border are two hot commodities that lead to an escalated battle - an increase in the arsenal of weapons and tactics. It's become war - as this episode of Border Wars investigates.
Online
2008
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Forbidden Cargo [electronic resource]

Ever wondered what it's like to get caught red-handed at the border? Fraudulent visas. Narcotics mules. Stolen art. Human trafficking. Illegal citrus. It's all part of a day's work at JFK airport in New York. Forbidden Cargo brings you an inside look at the operations of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents at the busiest international airport in America. Nearly half a million flights carry over 45 million passengers, one million tons of cargo, and 100,000 tons of mail to and from JFK each year. Everyone and everything has a story. Each person and parcel is a potential threat. How do CBP and HSI separate the good from the bad? Whether the contraband is a kilo of cocaine disguised as flour, a fake visa presented at [...]
Online
2011