ILLEGAL CARGO IN MIAMI HAS AGENTS BAFFLED, AND A HIGH TECH LATRINE
AT JFK HELPS CRACK A CASE, ON ABC'S "HOMELAND SECURITY USA"
"It's Not a Cow. It's a Guinea Pig." � In Miami, suspicious cargo has agents baffled, while at the Calexico border, where 17,000 vehicles pass each day, the x-ray inspection of an SUV puts agents on alert. Hidden contraband, worth half a million dollars, causes jubilation for a veteran agent. At JFK Airport a passenger with a suspicious passport reports stomach pain, prompting an emergency trip to the hospital � where the use of a high tech latrine helps crack the case. In El Paso, Texas, a young woman resorts to drastic measures to change her appearance to match her false ID. And on the northern border in Buffalo, New York, an American citizen is refused entry to Canada at the Peace Bridge � the Virginia police are on the lookout for him, but why? "Homeland Security USA" airs TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Editors note: This episode was originally scheduled for Jan. 20.
"Homeland Security USA" has been given unprecedented access to the agencies of the Department of Homeland Security and has the full cooperation of CBP (Customs & Border Protection), including CBP's Border Patrol; ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement); TSA (Transportation Security Administration); USCG (United States Coast Guard) and USCIS (United States Citizenship & Immigration Services).
The series is executive-produced by Arnold Shapiro. Paul J. Coyne is supervising producer, and Gigi D'Amore is coordinating producer. "Homeland Security USA" is a Nate and Lil Production. This program carries a TV-PG,L parental guideline.