NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 07, 1980
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(Studio) Concern that pullout of government coalition by El Salvador's Christian Democratic party will trigger coup by right-wing extremists noted; US investigatory team noted continued work with regard to recent murders of 4 American women.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley
(San Salvador, El Salvador) United States deiegation, led by Reagan aide William Rogers, discussed; Gerald Ford and William Bawdler mentioned. Murder of local official for his alleged help to delegation noted; criticism of both government and civilian terrorism by Archbishop Arturo Rivera Damas, whose predecessor was killed, outlined. Claim that highest echelons of military are infested with right-wing extremists noted; details given.
REPORTER: Phil Bremen
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