ON "HOMELAND SECURITY USA," OVER $1M OF SMUGGLED NARCOTICS IS UNCOVERED, TUESDAY, MARCH 10
"They call me the Rottweiler." - At New York's JFK International Airport, Customs and Border Protection officers have spotted something unusual about the passports of two young girls traveling with a woman and her son. When a second woman claiming to be the mother of the two girls shows up at the airport -- and the two girls fail to recognize her -- CBP officers do some investigating. Also at JFK, a flight from Africa brings a passenger whose declared destination doesn't match the ticket he's carrying. The man claims to be a professional boxer, but a few more surprises turn up in his bags. Meanwhile in Calexico, California on the U.S.-Mexico border, three teens trying to cross the border give CBP officers some strange answers to basic questions, and the surprises don't end there... Another CBP officer in Calexico is inspecting a four-door sedan to find over one million dollars in drugs, on "Homeland Security USA," TUESDAY, MARCH 10 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
"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 parental guideline.