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Salinas Conviction

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Salinas Conviction

Salinas Conviction

Salinas Conviction

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Host Bob Edwards talks to New York Times Correspondent Julia Preston in Mexico City about Raul Salinas, who was convicted yesterday of murder and sentenced to 50 years in jail. The brother of former Mexican President Carlos Salinas, Raul was found guilty of murdering the ruling party''s number two leader in 1994.

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