Wednesday, Nov 20 • 1 p.m. (ET)
Ciudad Juarez, just across the U.S.-Mexico border from El Paso, Texas, is a city so rife with drug cartel violence that investigators at crime scenes wear masks to hide their identity. A new documentary follows an investigator who continues his work despite the fact that three of his colleagues were murdered in a matter of months.
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