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Mexico / Fugitive Couch #1099644

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 31, 2015
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Fort Worth, Texas: Gave Gutierrez) The return to the US of Tonya Couch, the mother “affluenza teen” Ethan Couch, after fleeing with him to Mexico featured; scenes shown of her in handcuffs in Los Angeles; details given about their adventures in Mexico; statement from T. Couch’s attorneys Stephanie Patten† & Steve Gordon† quoted. [US Marshal Richard HUNTER†- comments on Ethan’s lawyers’ efforts to block his deportation.] [Tarrant County, Texas Sheriff Dee ANDERSON†- comments on the outcry after E. Couch received no jail time for killing 4 people while driving drunk.]

Snow, Kate;
Gutierrez, Gave

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