Cocaine Highways: Post-NAFTA, Most Drugs Cross U.S. Borders in Trucks

Most of the drug shipments smuggled into the United States by the Mexican cartels are hidden in trucks that drive across U.S. border checkpoints in plain sight, with little fear of inspection, U.S. law enforcement officials tell ABC News. Only about 5 percent of trucks coming into the country from Mexico are inspected, according to U.S. officials. Watch "World News with Charles Gibson" tonight at 6:30pm ET and "Nightline" at 11:30pm ET for Brian Ross' full report. "It is just too costly and...Full Story
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