Cloaked in darkness, 10 Drug Enforcement Administration agents close in on a rickety trailer in rural Navarro County. They're about 55 miles south of Dallas just off Interstate 45 in a typically barren, woodsy section of North Texas, unspectacular in its rustic appeal--or its drug problem. Like any other county in any other state, whether replete with big cities or septic tanks, Navarro has a fair share of degenerates mixed among its 40,000 or so upstanding citizens. Somewhere inside the trailer are four to six troublemakers who are currently nurturing a most unstable, potentially explosive blend of methamphetamines in a do-it-yourself lab. The obvious objective is to refine the intoxicating chemicals for sale to street pushers at an... More >>>