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US-Mexico Relations / Border Search #94309

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 16, 1985
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(Studio) Maj search along US-Mexico border by American customs officials in effort to locate kidnapped Drug Enforcement Agency ofr. Enrique Camarena Salazar and his terrorist abductors reported; kidnapping thought in retaliation for United States crackdown on Colombian drug traffickers.
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan

(San Ysidro, California) Official United States explanation for extensive border search noted; films shown. [Customs inspector Larry ADKINS - outlines inspection orders.] Info. obtained by officials on drug kidnapping of Camarena Salazar in Guadalajara, Mexico, discussed. [PEOPLE - describe wait at border.] [ADKINS - predicts extended wait for travelers; suggests Americans avoid Mexico.]
REPORTER: Tom Schell

Schell, Tom;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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