ABC Evening News for Monday, May 15, 2000
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The questions about the war on drugs introduced; details given of the fight against drug traffickers in Colombia and Mexico.
(Miami River: Deborah Amos) Drug smuggling into the United States through Haiti examined; scenes shown from the Miami River of drugs found stashed in ships. [US Customs special agent in charge Frank FIGUEROA - explains the smuggling methods.] [US Customs commissioner Raymond KELLY - cites the ease of getting drugs into Haiti.] Concerns about the role of Haitian banks in laundering drug money outlined. [South Florida task force Mike WALD - says there is too much money in drug trafficking.]
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