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El Salvador #276728

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 26, 1981
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(Studio) Break reported in efforts to solve murders of 4 Americans in El Salvador last year
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(San Salvador, El Salvador) FBI said having conclusive evidence linking members of El Salvador's national guard to murders; details given, films shown. Pressure allegedly put on President Jose Napoleon Duarte by Reagan admin. to arrest those involved in deaths of Ita Ford, Nora Clarke, Dorothy Kazel and Jean Donovan discussed criticism of El Salvador government's response to killings by former ambassador Robert White and others noted. [March 16, 1981, WHITE - says women were killed by security forces, and accuses cover-up.] White, Catholic Church and victims' families said openly questioning Reagan administration's willingness to force El Salvador government to arrest guilty parties; details given.
REPORTER: Charles Kraus

Dean, Morton;
Kraus, Charles

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