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Supreme Court / Mexico / Government Abductions / Alvarez Case #585797

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 29, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Supreme Court: Carl Stern) Upcoming United States Supreme Court case on whether the United States has the right to go into foreign countries and abduct citizens who have committed crimes in the United States featured; 1916 footage shown of United States troops in Mexico; photograph shown of Humberto Alvarez Machain who was indicted in the United States for the murder of drug agent Enrique Camarena; February 1985 scenes shown of the murder scene. [Mexican president Carlos SALINAS De GORTARI - comments on United States government's abduction of Alvarez from Mexico.] [George Washington University professor Ralph STEINHARDT - comments on the case.] [Note: Technical difficulties from 5:56:30 - 5:56:40.] [Attorney Victoria TOENSING - comments on Mexico's failure to comply with treaty.] Photos shown of Lebanese terrorist Fawaz Younis, who was abducted by the United States and is now in a United States prison; scenes shown of Manuel Noriega who the United States also seized.

Stern, Carl;
Utley, Garrick

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