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Prisoners / US-Mexico Treaty #243681

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 05, 1976
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(Studio) State Department announces today United States and Mexico have reached agreement to let respective prisoners of each nationality serve out prison terms in own country
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Los Angeles, California) Report on Americans serving prison sentences in Mexico; United States and Mexico penalties with regard to marijuana possession noted. Reports with regard to Mexico prison conditions noted. [Prisoner George CAMARRO - says prisoner has to have money to get services in jail.] Terms of treaty noted; some United States prisoners in Mexico say they're getting promises and nothing else. [Prisoner David HARRIS - says since he's been there, it's been 1 hope after another that's fallen through.] Other details with regard to treaty noted.
REPORTER: Richard Wagner (KFMB newsfilm)

Cronkite, Walter;
Wagner, Richard

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