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Judge Rules Against Accused Plotter in Romero Killing

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Judge Rules Against Accused Plotter in Romero Killing

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Judge Rules Against Accused Plotter in Romero Killing

Judge Rules Against Accused Plotter in Romero Killing

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A federal judge in California rules that a former Salvadoran Air Force captain now living in the United States must pay $10 million to the family of the late Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero. Rafael Saravia is widely believed to have organized Romero's 1980 assassination in San Salvador. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Aryeh Neier of the Open Society Institute.

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