On the front lines: Southern border

Nightline anchor Dan Harris travels to a Native American reservation that has straddle with Mexico for generation, where struggling tribal members are being enlisted in the drug trade.

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47 thoughts on “On the front lines: Southern border

  1. This happened near my home and yeah despite us having casinos to provide job opportunities its not enough. those who have a criminal background can't get a job at the casinos a lot of them below the poverty line. Drugs, gangs, and alcohol issues have long been a problem in all the native american reservations people lack hope for better days. Growing up I had drive bys and police raids every other week as the war on drugs raged. I managed to make it out, but I have lost friends and family who died there some never even made it to their 20's

  2. Nothing said here about how there's an average of a thousand a day getting released into the population and that doesn't include the numbers of those not getting caught. SLEEPER CELLS ANYBODY amongst those ?

  3. I'm from Tucson fuck u haters, that's how some people have to make money down here. If u don't like it then the government should help give them jobs or money something.the poverty line is horrible down here, and the president and government don't care to help!!!!!

  4. I like that false statement from Gavin Newsom where he says that California will provide shelter for all those who need it. Really Mr Newsom, then why are there almost 100,000 homeless in Los Angeles and almost 40,000 homeless in Silicon Valley? Is it because they are US citizens and not illegal immigrants?

  5. At least they a paying them. The deported in Tejas were given 40 kilo backpacks and told to run north. The "Click-Click" from their U.S. provided weapons was their "sign" to get on their marks, get ready, "Now Run"!

  6. this report might give trump the power to put fence across the reservation section of the border..

    the homeland security should put ads in papers in mexico about how many years drug mules get in prison if caught.. this should be all the way across central america.. but it would probably be disaster for newspapers when the cartels extract revenge on the newspapers.

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