CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 07, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Attack year ago today on Bogota, Colombia, palace of justice, believed carried out by drug dealers wanting to kill judges, recalled.
(Bogota, Colombia: Juan Vasquez) Memorial service for raid's victims and implications of cntry.'s anti-drug efforts for its legal system examined; details given, scenes shown. [Judge Cesar TULIO LOZANO - (thru translator) feels traffickers are free to hire low-cost killers due to society's deterioration.] Colombian Mafia's murders of anti-drug activists reviewed. [Supreme court president Fernando URIBE RESTREPO - (thru translator) describes traffickers' effort to intimidate judges.] Extent of United States cocaine coming from Colombia mentioned.
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