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Illegal Immigrants / Arizona / Murders #715264

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 26, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Secretary of State Colin Powell’s visit to Mexico City, Mexico, to discuss the fate of Mexican immigrants living illegally in the US mentioned; scenes shown of Powell.

(Buckeye, Arizona: Sandra Hughes) A series of murders in Arizona boosting concern about the flow of illegal immigrants across the Mexican border examined; details given of armed vigilantes patrolling the border. [Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe ARPAIO†- expresses concern about the investigation.] [Rancher David COOK†- says nobody deserves to die in the desert.] [Unidentified MAN, “Tombstone Tumbleweed” editor Chris SIMCOX†– comment on their participation in a citizen militia.] [Immigrants’ advocate Isabel GARCIA†- comments on the militia groups.]

Rather, Dan;
Hughes, Sandra

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