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Drug War #302626

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 26, 1985
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Miami, Florida) Apparent failure of National Narcotics Border Interdiction System (NNBIS), designed to halt drug trafficking into US, examined; films shown. Vice President George Bush recalled heading program. [March 23, 1983, Edwin MEESE - lists officials involved.] [Florida department of law enforcement spokesperson Robt DEMPSEY - cites continued lack of cooperation among all involved.] Montgomery, Alabama, police version of August 1983 seizure of cocaine-laden plane noted contradicting NNBIS claims to Congress [Montgomery Lieutenant Dennis BODINE - has never heard of NNBIS.] [NNBIS director Admiral Dan MURPHY - dismisses criticism.] [Representative Glenn ENGLISH - explains calling for Cong investigation of NNBIS.]
REPORTER: Richard Schlesinger

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Schlesinger, Richard
Duration:
00:03:00

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