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Mexico Tourism / Abductions #295083

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 25, 1984
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(Studio) Report on problems being found by American tourists in Mexico.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Mexico City, Mexico) Daylight abduction of Dennis and Rose Carl son in Guadalajara, Mexico, earlier in month noted. [Victim's father, Norman CARLSON - comments.] Report concerns series of abductions of Americans in Mexico; effect on US-Mexico relations noted. Other cases cited. United States ambassador to Mexico John Gavin's visit with some victims mentioned. Rape of tourist Freida Stone noted Mexico's efforts to convince Americans that country is safe outlined, include travel by director of Tourist Assistance Jorge Gleesen. [GAVIN - comments.] Potential effect of drop in tourism on Mexico's economy stated.
REPORTER: Martha Teichner

Rather, Dan;
Teichner, Martha

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