A young man arrives from the UK intending to spend 12 months on a working holiday. But when his bag is searched, officers discover a small package of marijuana. Narrated by Grant Bowler.
When officers stop two newlyweds at the border they notice an unusually large amount of luggage. What they uncover could turn out to be one of the biggest busts ever seen at the border.
Two women arriving on separate flights from Vietnam arouse suspicion. Then, a parcel from China has a customs officer gravely concerned.
An angry banker tries to tell a customs officer how to do her job, a mother's passionate plea to be reunited with her son, and a smuggler's attempt to sneak in everything but the kitchen sink.
An Australian man has something to hide but customs is having trouble finding it; an immigration compliance team prepares to raid a factory with suspected illegal workers; a potentially dangerous parcel arrives from Hong Kong.
A Malaysian traveller raises concerns for Gold Coast officers when he arrives for a four-day holiday with only $125, a suitcase full of clothes and little knowledge about what he wants to do other than 'see the view'. A package sent from Brazil containing a jewellery box alerts Customs and an x-ray reveals a hidden lining. Quarantine officer Eddy discovers a man travelling from China has bags filled with undeclared food, as well as a large wooden sword. And a French tourist arriving to see her boyfriend alerts immigration when they discover a diary she has with different names and dollar amounts alongside.
Transnational criminal Paul Le Roux has made millions as a gunner runner, diamond smuggler, and warlord. But what he wants more than anything is to follow in the footsteps of Pablo Escobar as a cocaine kingpin. Le Roux sets his sights on the lucrative market of Australia, where cocaine can be sold for astronomical profits. But as he attempts to land his first shipment, the DEA and Australian Federal Police are watching.
We follow investigative journalist Jeremy McDermott as he tracks down an Invisible who goes by the alias Memo Fantasma. Legend has it that in 1993, he stole a load of cocaine from Pablo Escobar and used that as his seed money to start his own hidden drug empire. He managed to get a free pass from US law enforcement by giving up his cohorts. He has morphed himself into a seemingly successful businessman with a construction empire, but where does the money come from?
Officers must establish whether an Indonesian woman is lying, or the victim of identity theft. Also, officers catch a Vietnamese student with a stash of seafood infested with exotic pests.
From the ruins of Pablo Escobar's Colombian cocaine empire, a new type of drug lord emerges. Don Berna rises from the shadows to become the most feared and dangerous narco trafficker you've never heard of - the first Invisible. With tentacles extending into every corner of Colombian society, Berna thinks he's untouchable, but a tough New York cop has him in his sights and will stop at nothing to take him down.
With cocaine demand at an all-time high, the new generation of Narcos will stop at nothing to get their product to market. From speedboats to semi-submersibles, and from private jets to commercial airliners, cocaine shipments are breaking borders in every way imaginable. This episode examines some of the most ingenious, brazen and cutting-edge smuggling attempts, and reveals the secret investigations that brought them undone.
A major bust by Border Force officers when a New Zealand man is stopped at the border. Plus, officers are shocked to find an enormous amount of pills when a family are pulled aside for a baggage search.
An unsuspecting elderly couple are found to be carrying a supply of something illegal and possibly deadly. Also, biosecurity catch a Vietnamese couple with a bag full of restricted items.
Examines the legacy of the most notorious white nationalist group, the Ku Klux Klan, and the influence it's had in shaping extremism and systemic injustice in America today.
In the mid-1990s, Guatemalan businessman Otto Herrera finds himself in the middle of a cocaine gold rush and decides to cash in. For the first time ever, Otto Herrera tells the story of his rise to become Central America's ultimate narco middle man - the invisible link between Colombia's cocaine kingpins and Mexico's notorious Sinaloa Cartel. In a no-holds-barred and brutally honest interview, Herrera reveals what it's really like to be pulling the strings on a multimillion-dollar cocaine empire.
In the mid-2000s, DEA agents began hearing whispers of a kingpin known as the Gray Ghost. The secretive suit-wearing superboss heads the world's largest drug trafficking and money laundering operation, but most in law enforcement don't even know he exists. This is the gripping untold story of the Gray Ghost's meteoric and ruthless rise to the top, and of how an unprecedented investigation by American agents forced him out of the shadows.
In this BAFTA-nominated documentary, Emmy Award-winning Muslim filmmaker Deeyah Khan meets US neo-Nazis and white nationalists face-to-face, and attends America's biggest and most violent far right rally in recent years. Khan, who has received death threats in the past after advocating diversity and multiculturalism, tries to get behind the violent ideology, to seek and understand the personal and political reasons behind the apparent resurgence of far right extremism in the US.
Follow officers of the Department of Home Affairs, Australian Border Force, and the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service, as they enforce Australian immigration, customs, quarantine and finance laws.
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