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Homeland Security USA: The Outtakes

The Center for Investigative Reporting files ongoing reports about what viewers don't see in the ABC reality TV series, "Homeland Security USA," which G.W. Shultz characterizes as " 'Cops'-style, heart-pounding segments of border agents drawing their weapons on a suspect or airport security seizing smuggled narcotics" with an occasional pause "to focus briefly on the warm personal story of a homeland security employee." The show's vignettes are contrasted with more numerous reports about the difficulties of immigrants seeking residency.

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