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Noriega and Drug Smuggling

February 23, 1988

What a relief to hear the White House, Vice President George Bush, the National Security Agency, and the CIA deny being a cahoots with Panamanian panjandrum, Gen. Manuel A. Noriega.

Reading the raft of reports coming out of the Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee on terrorism, narcotics, and international operations, I was starting to worry.

Were Reagan Administration zealots getting carried away again by their obsession with doing in the Nicaraguan government? If so, paragons of purity that they are, then they'd surely fess up to playing footsie with Noriega and his ilk.

Well, wouldn't they? They've never lied to us before, have they?

ED JAMES

Los Angeles

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