Tijuana Police Shake Down U.S. Drug Buyers

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Many Americans travel to Tijuana, Mexico, to buy prescription drugs. The practice saves money, but it's also illegal. Now reports show that corrupt Mexican police, working with pharmacies, are shaking down tourists. Eric Niiler of member station KPBS reports.



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