A Hispanic Border Patrol Agent has his morals challenged when a life-threatening narcotic sweeps through the South West. Reyes finds himself in the Gray area between right and wrong in this Action packed Drama that tackles the immigration obstacles he faces everyday. When a new task force arrives to help contain the problem, Reyes will question everything he has been taught to stand for.
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