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CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 05, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Reports introduced.

(White House: Lesley Stahl) President Bush quoted regarding possible plea bargain that would prevent Manuel Noriega's case from going to trial. [BUSH - asserts United States policy toward Noriega.] Noriega issue noted dominating 1988 presidential election campaign. [In September, 1988, Michael DUKAKIS - comments on Noriega.] [Former State Department official Francis McNEIL - comments on situation.] Bush reported placing gag order upon Noriega issue.

(Miami: Rita Braver) Noriega's defense strategy examined. [Defense attorney Steven KOLLIN - says there will be no plea bargain.] Prosecutors noted attempting to persuade former Noriega aides to testify against him; photos shown of Noriega. Government sources quoted regarding evidence found in Panama.

Reporter(s):
Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley
Duration:
00:04:10

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