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TREXPO East to Hold Exclusive Movie Screening

July 02, 2008  | 

TREXPO East is organizing an exclusive screening of the documentary,  "Drug Wars: The Colombianization of Mexico," on Tuesday, August 26, 1730-1930 hrs. If you work anywhere near the border, live in one of the border states, or live in a state where drug and human traffickers operate, then this film will resonate with you.

"Drug Wars: The Colombianization of Mexico," from the Texas documentary filmmaker Gary A. "Rusty" Fleming Jr., is a powerful and revealing documentary about the lucrative drug trade in the United States and Mexico.

For more than three years, Fleming has been traveling along the U.S.-Mexican border investigating the drug cartels. In his film, he exposes the real truth behind the headlines and describes his enlightening experience, full of horrifying revelations and life-changing consequences in his own words. Fleming worked with top law enforcement people from all the three-lettered agencies on both sides of the border.

This training film is followed by an exclusive Q&A session with the filmmaker and L.A. County Gang Specialist Sgt. (Ret.) Richard Valdemar.

For more information about this free screening and to register for TREXPO East, visit

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