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Daily Difference: Crime and Punishment (Undercover Drug Agents) #578680

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 28, 1991
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(Studio: Keith Morrison) Report introduced.

(Houston: James Polk) Undercover drug agents featured; scenes shown of undercover drug raid, police funeral and accused murderer "Bam-Bam"; audiotape excerpt played of undercover policeman's murder. [Syracuse prosecutor Robert WILDRIDGE - comments on policeman's murder.] Number of undercover drug agents killed on duty noted. [In shadows, DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) agent Jose MARTINEZ - comments on being ambushed.] [DEA training chief Charles GUTENSOHN - comments on lifestyle of drug traffickers.]

(Studio: Keith Morrison) Tomorrow's Daily Difference segment previewed.

Morrison, Keith;
Polk, James

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