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US-Mexico Border / Drug Gang Killings #968518

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 15, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(El Paso, Texas: Mark Potter) The murder of Americans by drug traffickers near the US border in Juarez, Mexico, featured; scenes shown of the car driven by victims Lesley Enriquez†† and Arthur Redelfs†† and the site of the shooting of Jorge Salcido††; details given about the violence this weekend in Mexico at a time when American students are visiting for spring break. [Juarez Mayor Jose REYES FERRIZ††- says it’s a line we didn’t think the criminals would cross.] [State Department spokesman P.J. CROWLEY†- warns against jumping to conclusions.] [Telemundo’s Jose DIAZ-BALART††- says the State Department is warning travelers to be extremely vigilant.]

Williams, Brian;
Potter, Mark

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