Jorge Chavez, in Lima, Peru and El Dorado in Bogota, Colombia are two of South America's busiest airports. Federal Police work 24-7, to stop illegal activity. The main threat: cocaine trafficking. Passengers attempt to smuggle cocaine on or inside their bodies, or concealed in luggage as food or drink. From the youngest and oldest carriers, to frequent flyers, and even parents, watch as the action unfolds in these airports' most restricted areas.