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DRUG INC, New Year's Eve NYC

The countdown to New Year's Eve in New York City has begun and National Geographic Channel gets an inside view of drug gangs as they go into overdrive to capitalize on the demand. Across the city, dealers rely on international traffickers for a supply with many shipments already en route. We go inside Customs and Border Protection as they waste no time to detect and intercept illegal drugs. The team's job is getting harder as criminals are becoming more creative with smuggling tactics. Celebrations of the New Year are short lived as we witness drugs bring violence to the streets of the city.

http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/drugs-inc/episodes/new-years-...

New Year's Eve NYC
The Big Night

During the Time Square celebration on New Year's Eve, there are no portable toilets, guests are not allowed to carry a bag, and there is no alcohol consumption permitted in the vicinity. Naturally, many search for a fix before heading downtown to watch the ball drop.


http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/drugs-inc/galleries/new-years...

New Year's Eve NYC
Party All Night

On New Year’s Eve, an estimated 1 million partygoers cram into Times Square on New Year’s Eve- in 2013 it took 156 workers, with 24 mechanical sweepers, 22 collection trucks and 70 leaf blowers to clean up after the Times Square event.

http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/drugs-inc/galleries/new-years...

New Year's Eve NYC
Capitol of Cocaine

The center of drug distribution for Manhattan is the neighborhood of Washington Heights, which local dealers call the capital of cocaine. Cocaine kingpin Bugout says,"It’s like a supermarket. Over here, every corner has a petty dealer, but everybody comes to us because we keep the high quality shit."

http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/drugs-inc/galleries/new-years...

New Year's Eve NYC
Handful of Molly

A handful of molly crystals, easily identified by their yellow-greenish tint. Molly, a synthetic, euphoric party drug, costs up to $200 per gram- twice as much as cocaine.

http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/drugs-inc/galleries/new-years...

New Year's Eve NYC
Hidden Suspects

Boris Sapozhnikov from Customs and Border Patrol holding up two bags of molly found among otherwise normal shipments in the JFK Mail facility. Within the regular mail passing through JFK, 75 million dollars worth of narcotics are hidden every year. China is the largest international provider of such narcotics.

http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/drugs-inc/galleries/new-years...

DRUG INC ALL SEASONS-THE LIVING DEAD, ZOMBIES, ROBOTS.

http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/drugs-inc/galleries/new-years...

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HOW MANY OF THE APPROXIMATELY, TWO MILLION BEINGS AT THE NYE CELEBRATION, HOW MANY OF THEM WILL GET HIGH OF STREET DRUGS? LET THE DRUG DEALERS TELL YOU.

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