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Topic - Mike Unzueta
Workers at warehouses just feet from the U.S-Mexico border would come and go at odd hours. Few, if any, knew what their trucks carried.
Investigators suspect a major drug cartel was the driving force behind two long, sophisticated tunnels connecting Mexico with the U.S. that were discovered this month along with more than 40 tons of marijuana.
"There is obviously a major problem," said Mike Unzueta, head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigations in San Diego. "We need to kick it up."
"It's a lot like how the ancient Egyptians buried the kings and queens," Unzueta said.