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Murders Foster El Salvador-Guatemala Tension

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Murders Foster El Salvador-Guatemala Tension

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Murders Foster El Salvador-Guatemala Tension

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Late last month three Salvadoran legislators were killed while on official business in Guatemala. The four Guatemalan men who were arrested and charged with the murders were killed while in custody. It turned out that they were, in fact, Guatemalan police.

Hector Tobar, The Los Angels Times bureau chief for Mexico and Central America, speaks with Lynn Neary about the on-going mystery.

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