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Drug-filled Mexican airplanes land nightly along southern border despite $100 million sensor technology

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In one California border town, at least four drug-laden, ultralight airplanes from Mexico land each night on U.S. soil, dropping off hundreds of pounds of narcotics then flying back to Mexico, all the while eluding a $100 million detection system funded by American taxpayers. The U.S. Border Patrol’s inability to find and catch these planes, operated by the Mexican drug cartels and sometimes...

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