Sat., August 22 at 3 p.m., 9 p.m. ET
Monday, August 24 at 3 a.m. ET
It's a drug-fueled war right next door.
Mexican drug cartels are fighting for supremacy along our 2,000 mile-long border. Since December 2006, more than 11,000 people have been murdered by the cartels as they try to dominate the multi-billion dollar drug industry and its smuggling routes into America.
"War Stories Investigates: Drugs, Money and Narco-Terror" takes you from small towns across America to the jungles of Colombia for a closer look at how the war is really being fought and how the drug industry has fueled kidnappings and murder in our local communities.
In an exclusive prison interview, you will hear 20-year-old Rosalio Reta, a convicted murderer, discuss how he was groomed as an assassin and that he may have killed more than a dozen people on the orders of the Los Zetas cartel. Also, meet the mayor of "the most dangerous city in the Americas" — Ciudad Juarez, Mexico — and you'll see why no one is safe from untimely death.
And, come along on a raid, as Oliver North and the FOX News "War Stories" team accompanies DEA special agents and Colombian commandos when they take down a cocaine lab buried deep under triple-canopy in the Andean basin.