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The narcotics war in America will not end yet, as we present here a series of issues that illustrate the world of drugs and crime in America and how to fight them. The Ohio Supreme Court judge is appointed by the president as the country's chief drug judge, and the disaster occurs when the man later discovers that his daughter is addicted to heroin. And another case involving a Mexican policeman standing alone in his struggle against a group of powerful gangs in his corrupt society.
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