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El Salvador #516451

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 26, 1981
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(Studio) El Salvador government official reported claiming facts will be revealed in murders of 4 United States missionaries.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(San Salvador, El Salvador) Wealthy landowner Ricardo Sol Meza and bro.-in-law Hans Christ reported suspects in murders of Americans Mark Pearlman and Michael Hammer, involved in land reform movement here; background to issue recalled. Films shown. [President Jose Napoleon DUARTE - thinks justice prevails here.] Murders last December of 4 American missionaries noted remaining unsolved. [Defense MIN. - (thru translator) promises facts will be revealed.] Govt. security forces noted suspected involved in missionaries murders; current United States perception of El Salvadoran government mentioned.
REPORTER: Phil Bremen

Reporter(s):
Bremen, Phil;
Pauley, Jane
Duration:
00:02:00

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