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Diplomatic Immunity #615363

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 06, 1997
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(State Department: Andrea Mitchell) The issue of diplomatic immunity raised by the killing of 16 year-old Jovianne Waltrick in a car crash by a speeding, intoxicated diplomat from the Georgian Republic examined. [Jovianne's mother Vivian WALTRICK (thru translator) - says she cannot accept that the diplomat will not be punished.] [Family attorney David RICHIN - says it was murder.] [New York Mayor Rudy GIULIANI - talks about the recent scrap between police and diplomats in New York.] [State Department spokesperson Nicholas BURNS - says the law protects American overseas.]

Reporter(s):
Mitchell, Andrea;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:01:20

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