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US-Mexico Relations / Drug War #542656

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 03, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Guadalajara, Mexico) Shoot-out between Mexican police and drug suspects sought for possible role in recent kidnapping of United States drug agent Enrique Camarena here examined; films shown. One slain suspect noted former police ofr.; authorities' recent seizure of large gun shipment in Arizona, believed bound for corrupt Mexican police and drug dealers in Guadalajara recalled; photos shown. [Federal prosecutor Maria ARROYO - considers situation a war.] Intensification of security at United States border pts. with Mexico due to death threats against American agents explained, discussed.
REPORTER: Brian Ross

Reporter(s):
Palmer, John;
Ross, Brian
Duration:
00:02:30

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