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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 30, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Juarez, Mexico: Fred Francis) The continuing investigation into the mass graves allegedly used by drug rings to dispose of bodies reported; details given of plans to exhume the bodies. [FBI Special Agent in Charge David ALBA - says many Mexicans and Americans disappeared without a trace.] [Victim's brother Ramon AGUILAR (thru translator) - says he wants to know something.] [Victim's godfather Jaime HERVILLA - says people are facing a monster.]

(Washington: Pete Williams) Evidence that Mexican policemen were involved in the killing of some people in the mass graves reported. [Former DEA agent Phil JORDAN - says Mexican law enforcement has been involved in crime.] [Former DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) administrator Tom CONSTANTINE - says honest people had nowhere to turn.] [Criminologist professor Jorge CHABAT - says the corruption is still in Mexico and nothing happens.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Francis, Fred;
Williams, Pete

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