Mexican cartels, which supply 80 percent of the methamphetamine sold on American streets, smuggle the illegal drug across the U.S. border in a variety of liquids from windshield wiper fluid to soap before being refined in major hubs like Atlanta then shipped to smaller cities. (SHNS photo courtesy Drug Enforcement Administration)

Mexican cartels, which supply 80 percent of the methamphetamine sold on American streets, smuggle the illegal drug across the U.S. border in a variety of liquids from windshield wiper fluid to soap before being refined in major hubs like Atlanta then shipped to smaller cities. (SHNS photo courtesy Drug Enforcement Administration)

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