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DVDs:Culture:Drugs, Inc. Season Three DVD-R
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Drugs, Inc. Season Three DVD-R

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Overview

With intimate firsthand, street-level testimonies from those at the front lines and back alleys of the drug trade—traffickers, dealers, users, federal agents and cops—this investigative series examines the $350 billion-a-year industry from all angles.


Balancing heartbreaking user interviews, unflinching footage of addicts “shooting up,” and incredible access to the armed drug dealers and gang members who supply them, Drugs Inc. also joins the front lines with the local and federal law enforcement agencies charged with combating the country’s drug problem.


Not available for shipment outside the U.S.

Details

  • 2 discs; 450 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • TV-14
  • © 2012

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