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Segment 7 (Human-Smuggler Crackdown) #750018

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 04, 2004
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The crackdown {Operation Ice Storm} on the human smuggling of illegal immigrants featured; details given about the smuggling around Phoenix, Arizona. [Phoenix police department Chief Harold HURTT†- sats we have found a thousand people in safe houses.] [US Immigration & Customs Enforcement assistant secretary Michael GARCIA†- says 50 agents are working in the Phoenix area.] [Tucson Border Patrol spokesman Andy ADAME†- talks about the financial cost to the illegals.] [Special agent Thomas DeROUCHEY†- comments on the shootout last November that demonstrates the violence of criminal organizations.] [RESIDENT - reacts.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:02:40

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