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Eye On America (Smuggling / Illegal Aliens) Part III #652912

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 23, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Shelbyville, Tennessee: Bob McNamara) The smuggling of illegal aliens into the US examined; details given of charges against Tyson Foods that illegal aliens were smuggled into the country. [Mexican store owner Amador ANCHONDO-RASCON(thru translator) - says he cannot answer questions.] [Bedford County, Tennessee, Sheriff's Department Lieutenant Detective Dave ADAMS - says he believes that Tyson tried to save money by using illegal workers.] [Shelbyville, Tennessee, Police Department Bill LOGUE - says Anchondo-Rascon supplied counterfeit Idaho for aliens.] [Bedford County Sheriff's Department Sheriff Clay PARKER - says illegal workers are all over the country.]

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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