Dealer's sentencing postponed. More TV and radio appearances by Gary Webb. Last updated: Sept. 16, 1996
Backers of CIA-led Nicaraguan rebels brought cocaine to poor L.A. neighborhoods in early '80s to help finance war -- and a plague was born.
How a smuggler, a bureaucrat and a driven ghetto teen-ager created the cocaine pipeline, and how crack was "born" in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1974.
The impact of the crack epidemic on the black community and why justice hasn't been for all.