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Mexico / American's Arrest / Maldonado Interview (Part II) #1044924

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 30, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The arrest in Mexico of an American, Yanira Maldonado, on drug {marijuana} smuggling charges on a bus after attending a funeral re-introduced. [In interview, MALDONADO - denies any drug charges; states she was in Mexico for a funeral for her aunt.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Nogales, Arizona: Rafael, Romo) The videotape from the checkpoint that shows the Maldonados entering the bus, what husband Gary Maldonado said about their trip to Mexico and the ruling tomorrow in the case discussed. [Gary MALDONADO - explains why not taking a car to Mexico.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Romo, Rafael,

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