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San Diego at a Crossroads: Analyzing Homeland Security Post-9/11

"San Diego at a Crossroads" is a two-hour special feature examining the implications of a post-9/11 world in San Diego and the region with regard to such issues as immigration, interfaith relations, b

San Diego at a Crossroads: Analyzing Homeland Security Post-9/11

Tom Fudge: The anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks comes up tomorrow. And today we're going to spend a little time looking at the several ways this event has changed life in San Diego. Our city is a large metropolitan area, with a military presence, a busy international border and a busy airport. All of those aspects of our lives have been touched by the tragedy of 9/11. Some would say we've become paranoid and unfriendly toward foreigners. Some wonder whether we're really in a position to prevent another 9/11. Some wonder whether religion is the cause or the cure for the hate that drove the hijackers.

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Today we're going to talk about several aspects of our lives, following the 9/11 crossroads. We begin by talking about the elaborate security system that was born of the attack six years ago.

Guests

  • Gurdit Dhillon, the new director of field operations for the San Diego sector of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. 
  • Mike Unzueta, special agent-in-charge for U.S. Immigration & Custom Enforcement investigations.