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DeLorean / Drug Crackdown #75082

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 25, 1982
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(Studio) John DeLorean, appearing in court today seeking lower bail, said withdrawing that request; details given, films shown.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(DC) Drug Enforcement Agency's claim that DeLorean s arrest is only 1 of several anticipated in next few mos.; DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) and FBI efforts said apparently aimed at reputable professionals and legitimate busmen. involved in drug transactions. Major cocaine haul in north Georgia drug bust described, shown. Est. amount of cocaine entering United States last year outlined on screen, discussed. National Institute on Drug Abuse's assessment of cocaine use in United States noted. Role of William Hetrick in DeLorean case considered.
REPORTER: Paul Howes

(Studio) Further discussion of DeLorean on tonight's "Nightline" announced.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Reporter(s):
Howes, Paul;
Robinson, Max
Duration:
00:02:00

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