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Taking a look at cocaine smugglers and what is done to stop them.

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aired 42 days ago
DEA Agents Liam and Jack pull double duty as they launch a week-long assault against drug traffickers, while at the same time investigating one of their closest comrades' murder.
aired 42 days ago
DEA agents hunt Colombia's elusive cocaine submarine, that can pack around seven tons of coke as cargo and smuggle it out of Colombia underwater.
aired 42 days ago
DEA agents track one of the most elusive drug cartel targets of all - the cocaine speedboat, packed with up to two tons of Colombian cocaine.
aired 42 days ago
The American Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents in Colombia investigate an elusive smuggling ring of American servicemen.

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