Monterey County's untold story of drugs, migrants, and the American Dream.
Thursday, July 23, 1992
Sometimes being successful in America means breaking the law. And for a small percentage of migrant workers and others from Mexico, that means making a dangerous and illicit journey to the north every spring, trafficking heroin to their seasonal homes in the San Joaquin and Salinas Valleys to pay rent.
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