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Resource ID: #14010
Subject: Drugs
Source: Journal (Albuquerque, N.M.)


The Albuquerque Journal finds that turf wars, corruption, funding cuts and bureaucratic bungling are tearing huge holes in the U.S. Customs drug net along the border. More than 200 tons of cocaine flowed into the U.S. from Mexico last year - drugs that found their way into this country's streets and neighborhoods. The Journal investigates the inability of Customs to stop the flood of drugs across our order and looks at the serious threats that this situation poses. (October, 1995)

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