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The Real 24:00: One Day in the Life (The Border) #884080

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 28, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The last of a four-part special series on some of the important issues facing the country introduced.

(Nogales, Arizona: Bill Weir) 24 hours along the US-Mexico border presented; scenes shown from Nogales, Arizona, where Border Patrol and Customs Service agents chase and capture illegal immigrants and illegal drug shipments and from Mexico, where illegals attempt to cross the border. [Arivica resident Roger BEAL††- says nothing stops these people.] [Customs Service Officer Brian LEVIN†- says we are driving them underground.] [Illegal "LUIS" - says he has "cinco ninos" back home.]

Gibson, Charles;
Weir, Bill

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