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April 1983
Advocate;4/14/83, Issue 365, p60
Reports that Mexican national Jaime Chavez won a lawsuit against the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Mexicana and Braniff airlines, and Burns Security Service for false imprisonment during his 1980 attempted visit to the U.S. from Mexico. Settlement amount won by Chavez.


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