WASHINGTON — Before he became commissioner of the U.S. Customs Service, Robert Bonner hadn’t given much thought to retail supply chains in foreign countries.

Bonner, as a former federal judge and prosecutor in Los Angeles, as well as Drug Enforcement Administration chief in the first Bush presidency, already knew of clever ways to stash narcotics in containers ferried by truck from Mexico and Canada or unloaded at U.S. seaports.

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