Drug Enforcement Administration Photos on Townhall

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              Det. Bill Silva, left, with the Bisbee Police Department, and an unnamed agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration patrol a fence line east of Naco, Ariz., after a Border Patrol ag

    Det. Bill Silva, left, with the Bisbee Police Department, and an unnamed agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration patrol a fence line east of Naco, Ariz., after a Border Patrol ag

    Posted: 10/2/2012 3:38:28 PM EST
    Det. Bill Silva, left, with the Bisbee Police Department, and an unnamed agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration patrol a fence line east of Naco, Ariz., after a Border Patrol agent was killed early Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012. The shooting occurred after an alarm was triggered on one of the thousands of sensors placed by the U.S. government along the border, and the agents went to investigate, said Cochise County Sheriff's spokeswoman Carol Capas. (AP Photo/Arizona Daily Star, Mike Christy) NO MAGS NO SALES, MANDATORY CREDIT
  •  - Handout photo of Eduardo Arellano Felix arriving with agents during his extradtion to the United States

    Handout photo of Eduardo Arellano Felix arriving with agents during his extradtion to the United States

    Posted: 9/4/2012 5:32:04 PM EST
    Eduardo Arellano Felix is shown arriving with agents after being extradited from Mexico in this undated Drug Enforcement Administration handout photo released to Reuters September 4, 2012. REUTERS/DEA/Handout
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              This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities  found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On

    This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On

    Posted: 8/15/2012 2:33:25 PM EST
    This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On Aug. 9, 2012, a federal judge in Iowa dropped a 2007 indictment against fugitive Miami doctor Armando Angulo, charged in a scheme to sell prescription drugs and launder money, in part because of the size of the case file. The Drug Enforcement Administration says the evidence starts with the Dubuque raid that eventually secured the conviction of 26 defendants, including 19 doctors, in federal court in Iowa. The investigation dismantled two Internet pharmacies that illegally sold 30 million pills to customers. (AP Photo/Telegraph Herald, Dave Kettering)
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              In this Sept. 12, 2003 photo, investigators enter the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on

    In this Sept. 12, 2003 photo, investigators enter the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on

    Posted: 8/15/2012 2:33:25 PM EST
    In this Sept. 12, 2003 photo, investigators enter the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On Aug. 9, 2012, a federal judge in Iowa dropped a 2007 indictment against fugitive Miami doctor Armando Angulo, charged in a scheme to sell prescription drugs and launder money, in part because of the size of the case file. The Drug Enforcement Administration says the evidence starts with the Dubuque raid that eventually secured the conviction of 26 defendants, including 19 doctors, in federal court in Iowa. The investigation dismantled two Internet pharmacies that illegally sold 30 million pills to customers. (AP Photo/Telegraph Herald, Dave Kettering)
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              This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows customers outside the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, after it was closed by federal agents that found evidence it had illegally dispensed drugs

    This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows customers outside the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, after it was closed by federal agents that found evidence it had illegally dispensed drugs

    Posted: 8/15/2012 2:33:25 PM EST
    This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows customers outside the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, after it was closed by federal agents that found evidence it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On Aug. 9, 2012, a federal judge in Iowa dropped a 2007 indictment against fugitive Miami doctor Armando Angulo, charged in a scheme to sell prescription drugs and launder money, in part because of the size of the case file. The Drug Enforcement Administration says the evidence starts with the Dubuque raid that eventually secured the conviction of 26 defendants, including 19 doctors, in federal court in Iowa. The investigation dismantled two Internet pharmacies that illegally sold 30 million pills to customers. (AP Photo/Telegraph Herald, Dave Kettering)
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              In this May 23, 2012 file photo, holes made by the Honduran army to disable a clandestine airstrip used  by drug traffickers are seen on the outskirts of Ahuas, La Mosquitia region,  Ho

    In this May 23, 2012 file photo, holes made by the Honduran army to disable a clandestine airstrip used by drug traffickers are seen on the outskirts of Ahuas, La Mosquitia region, Ho

    Posted: 6/25/2012 5:23:23 PM EST
    In this May 23, 2012 file photo, holes made by the Honduran army to disable a clandestine airstrip used by drug traffickers are seen on the outskirts of Ahuas, La Mosquitia region, Honduras. A U.S. embassy spokesman in Honduras said on Sunday that a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent has shot and killed a suspected drug trafficker on Saturday June 23 during a raid in the area, the first time that a DEA agent has killed someone during an operation since the agency began deploying agents several years ago to accompany local law enforcement personnel on drug raids in Latin America. A similar raid on May 11 killed four people, whom locals claimed were innocent civilians traveling the river at night. The DEA said none of its agents fired their guns in that incident.(AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd, File)
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              In this May 21, 2012 aerial file photo a view of the Mosquitia region near the remote community of Ahuas, Honduras. A U.S. embassy spokesman in Honduras said on Sunday that a U.S. Drug

    In this May 21, 2012 aerial file photo a view of the Mosquitia region near the remote community of Ahuas, Honduras. A U.S. embassy spokesman in Honduras said on Sunday that a U.S. Drug

    Posted: 6/25/2012 5:23:23 PM EST
    In this May 21, 2012 aerial file photo a view of the Mosquitia region near the remote community of Ahuas, Honduras. A U.S. embassy spokesman in Honduras said on Sunday that a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent has shot and killed a suspected drug trafficker on Saturday June 23 during a raid in the area, the first time that a DEA agent has killed someone during an operation since the agency began deploying agents several years ago to accompany local law enforcement personnel on drug raids in Latin America. A similar raid on May 11 killed four people, whom locals claimed were innocent civilians traveling the river at night. The DEA said none of its agents fired their guns in that incident.(AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd, File)
  •  - Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles

    Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles

    Posted: 6/16/2012 10:05:21 AM EST
    Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles in this file photo taken April 16, 2007. Thousands of Americans are caught up in the U.S. government's latest front in the war on drugs: prescription painkillers. From 1999 to 2009, the number of deaths from narcotic pain pills nearly quadrupled to 15,597, more than those from heroin and cocaine combined, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In response, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has beefed up its efforts to block the diversion of prescription drugs to the black market, using many of the techniques it employs to combat illegal drug use: wire taps, undercover operations and informan To match Feature DEA-PRESCRIPTION-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files
  •  - A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York

    A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York

    Posted: 6/16/2012 10:05:21 AM EST
    A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York in this file photo taken December 23, 2009. Thousands of Americans are caught up in the U.S. government's latest front in the war on drugs: prescription painkillers. From 1999 to 2009, the number of deaths from narcotic pain pills nearly quadrupled to 15,597, more than those from heroin and cocaine combined, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In response, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has beefed up its efforts to block the diversion of prescription drugs to the black market, using many of the techniques it employs to combat illegal drug use: wire taps, undercover operations and informants. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files
  •  - Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles

    Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles

    Posted: 6/16/2012 10:05:21 AM EST
    Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles in this file photo taken April 16, 2007. Thousands of Americans are caught up in the U.S. government's latest front in the war on drugs: prescription painkillers. From 1999 to 2009, the number of deaths from narcotic pain pills nearly quadrupled to 15,597, more than those from heroin and cocaine combined, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In response, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has beefed up its efforts to block the diversion of prescription drugs to the black market, using many of the techniques it employs to combat illegal drug use: wire taps, undercover operations and informan To match Feature DEA-PRESCRIPTION-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files
  •  - A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York

    A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York

    Posted: 6/16/2012 10:05:21 AM EST
    A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York in this file photo taken December 23, 2009. Thousands of Americans are caught up in the U.S. government's latest front in the war on drugs: prescription painkillers. From 1999 to 2009, the number of deaths from narcotic pain pills nearly quadrupled to 15,597, more than those from heroin and cocaine combined, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In response, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has beefed up its efforts to block the diversion of prescription drugs to the black market, using many of the techniques it employs to combat illegal drug use: wire taps, undercover operations and informants. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files
  •  - Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles

    Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles

    Posted: 6/16/2012 9:45:59 AM EST
    Pills line the shelves in the pharmacy at Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles in this file photo taken April 16, 2007. Thousands of Americans are caught up in the U.S. government's latest front in the war on drugs: prescription painkillers. From 1999 to 2009, the number of deaths from narcotic pain pills nearly quadrupled to 15,597, more than those from heroin and cocaine combined, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In response, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has beefed up its efforts to block the diversion of prescription drugs to the black market, using many of the techniques it employs to combat illegal drug use: wire taps, undercover operations and informan To match Feature DEA-PRESCRIPTION-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files (UNITED STATES LAW - Tags: HEALTH CRIME LAW SOCIETY BUSINESS)
  •  - A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York

    A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York

    Posted: 6/16/2012 9:44:30 AM EST
    A pharmacy employee dumps pills into a pill counting machine as she fills a prescription while working at a pharmacy in New York in this file photo taken December 23, 2009. Thousands of Americans are caught up in the U.S. government's latest front in the war on drugs: prescription painkillers. From 1999 to 2009, the number of deaths from narcotic pain pills nearly quadrupled to 15,597, more than those from heroin and cocaine combined, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In response, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has beefed up its efforts to block the diversion of prescription drugs to the black market, using many of the techniques it employs to combat illegal drug use: wire taps, undercover operations and informants. To match Feature DEA-PRESCRIPTION-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES LAW - Tags: HEALTH CRIME LAW SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/8/2012 7:00:55 PM EST
    FILE - In this June 24, 2010 file photo, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents bring Jamaican drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke from the Westchester County Airport to a waiting vehicle, in White Plains, N.Y. Coke, who pleaded guilty to U.S. charges of drug and gun trafficking, has been sentenced to 23 years in prison Friday, June 8, 2012 in federal court in Manhattan. (AP Photo/David Karp, File)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 10:02:40 AM EST
    Drug Enforcement Administration officers escort handcuffed suspects to a waiting vehicle after their arrests on drug smuggling charges in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, June 6, 2012. U.S. federal agents say they raided Puerto Rico's international airport and other areas early Wednesday, arresting at least 33 people suspected of smuggling millions of dollars' worth of drugs aboard commercial flights. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 10:02:40 AM EST
    Drug Enforcement Administration officers escort a handcuffed suspect after his arrest on drug smuggling charges in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, June 6, 2012. U.S. federal agents say they raided Puerto Rico's international airport and other areas early Wednesday, arresting at least 33 people suspected of smuggling millions of dollars' worth of drugs aboard commercial flights. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 10:02:40 AM EST
    Drug Enforcement Administration officers escort a handcuffed suspect after his arrest on drug smuggling charges in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, June 6, 2012. U.S. federal agents say they raided Puerto Rico's international airport and other areas early Wednesday, arresting at least 33 people suspected of smuggling millions of dollars' worth of drugs aboard commercial flights. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 10:02:40 AM EST
    Drug Enforcement Administration officers escort a handcuffed suspect after his arrest on drug smuggling charges in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, June 6, 2012. U.S. federal agents say they raided Puerto Rico's international airport and other areas early Wednesday, arresting at least 33 people suspected of smuggling millions of dollars' worth of drugs aboard commercial flights. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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    Posted: 5/15/2012 6:30:47 PM EST
    FILE - This Tuesday Nov. 16, 2010 file photo provided by the Drug Enforcement Administration shows Russian arms trafficker Viktor Bout in U.S. custody after being flown from Bangkok to New York in a chartered U.S. plane. The U.S. Bureau of Prisons is reconsidering its plan to send Bout to a high-security prison in Colorado, his lawyer said Tuesday, May 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Drug Enforcement Administration, File)
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    Posted: 4/5/2012 9:30:49 PM EST
    FILE- In this Aug. 5, 2010, file photo, a pharmacy tech poses for a picture with hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen tablets, the generic version of Vicodin, at Oklahoma Hospital Discount Pharmacy in Edmond, Okla. Sales of the nation?s two most popular prescription painkillers have exploded in new parts of the country, an Associated Press analysis shows, worrying experts who say the push to relieve patients? suffering is spawning an addiction epidemic. From New York?s Staten Island to Santa Fe, N.M., Drug Enforcement Administration figures show dramatic rises between 2000 and 2010 in the distribution of oxycodone, the key ingredient in OxyContin, Percocet and Percodan. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)


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