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George Bush Announcement Re: Capture of Manuel Noriega #894918

CNN Special for Wednesday, Jan 03, 1990

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Live coverage and analysis of George Bush announcement re: capture of Manuel Noriega, White Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater statement prior to Bush's announcement, portions of US Southern Command General Maxwell Thurman briefing in Panama following Bush's announcement, and discussions of the situation in Panama in the aftermath of US attack; CNN coverage includes a taped segment with Mark Leff (CNN), Lieutenant General Tom Kelly, Sarah York, and unidentified others, interviews with former Panamanian Ambassador to the US Juan Sosa, former US Attorney Joseph DiGenova, Panamanian Ambassador to the UN Eduardo Vallarino, and former Justice Department official Randy Levine, Former US Attorney Joseph DiGenova, and a taped segment with Carl Rochelle (CNN), Lieutenant Colonel Michael Nicholson, and William Taylor of The Center for Strategic and International Studies.


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