Colombian Drug War

Guests: General Barry McCaffrey Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Serves on the President's cabinet, the Drug Policy Council and the National Security Council Congress has approved a 1.3 Billion dollar package of military aid to Colombia, to fight a guerilla group that supports itself by drug trafficking. By aiding Colombia's war on drugs, is the United States stepping into a potential quagmire? Join Juan Williams and Drug Czar General Barry McCaffrey to discuss U.S. involvement in the Colombian drug crisis.

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