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"We're not at war with Mexico": Drones in immigration enforcement

"We're not at war with Mexico": Drones in immigration enforcement

One unarmed predator drone costs $18-20 million, not including operating or maintenance costs. Mary Zerkel makes the case that using drones in immigration enforcement is a waste of taxpayer money--and questions why the U.S. is using this military technology to patrol the border with Mexico.

This is an excerpt from AFSC's Oct. 30, 2013 Google Hangout on Air, "Boots on the Border." For more, go to afsc.org/story/recap-boots-border.

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