Smyth, Frank
June 1995
New Republic;6/5/95, Vol. 212 Issue 23, p18
Examines the implication of Guatemalan military officers for the murder of U.S. innkeeper Michael DeVine. Speculations regarding the motive for the murder of DeVine; Number of Guatemala officers who were formally accused by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration of drug trafficking since 1989; Significance of the anti-drug efforts made by the U.S. in Guatemala to the U.S.


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