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May 7, 1990 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the start, the investigation into the murder of Enrique (Kiki) Camarena was an emotional mission for his fellow agents in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Camarena hadn't been shot in a drug raid--an accepted occupational hazard. He had been snatched off the streets of Guadalajara, Mexico, while headed for a lunch date with his wife. Then he was tortured for 30 hours.
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May 7, 1990 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the start, the investigation into the murder of Enrique (Kiki) Camarena was an emotional mission for his fellow agents in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Camarena hadn't been shot in a drug raid--an accepted occupational hazard. He had been snatched off the streets of Guadalajara, Mexico, while headed for a lunch date with his wife. Then he was tortured for 30 hours.
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October 15, 1997 | COLL METCALFE
In an ongoing effort to steer kids away from drugs, the Conejo Valley Substance Abuse Prevention Authority is set to begin its annual Red Ribbon Campaign to help youth commit themselves to healthy and drug-free lifestyles. Beginning Oct. 23 and continuing through Oct. 31, event participants will don red ribbons to demonstrate their commitment to a drug-free lifestyle. On Oct.
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October 22, 1999 | NANCY FORREST
A national campaign empowering youths to lead positive drug-free lives will be observed at schools throughout the county next week. The Ventura Unified School District's board recently approved a proclamation that supports Red Ribbon Week and encourages students, faculty and community members to participate in activities marking the campaign. The weeklong observance will begin Monday and be held at schools countywide.
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October 26, 1998 | JENNIFER HAMM, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A car mangled in a drunk driving accident will sit at the center of Moorpark High School's campus all this week--a stark reminder of the dangers of drinking and driving. And one day during the week, a small group of students will paint their faces white and remain silent to represent the dead. "That way, you really realize what it would be like to lose a friend," said Alex Jones, a sophomore who has coordinated this week's events at Moorpark High.
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February 19, 1985 | DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB and MARJORIE MILLER, Times Staff Writers
Four days of intense searches along the International Border have so far failed to produce any leads in the investigation into the kidnaping of a U.S. drug enforcement agent in Mexico, U.S. officials said Monday. Harold Ezell, regional commissioner for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, said border agents have been looking for kidnap victim Enrique S.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 14, 1989 | SCOTT HAYS
When actor Jorge Rivero moved to Hollywood from Mexico in 1984, his resume was as long as the Baja coast, but his command of English was limited to short groups of words. Even though he was a star in Latin American countries, in the United States, he was virtually a nobody who couldn't even work here because he had no work permit. With few options available to an outsider, he sharpened his English with a dialogue coach and applied for residency. Now, 45 years into a life that sometimes strikes him as being one long string of low-budget movies, Rivero is ready to make his big break into the American film industry.
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July 17, 1986 | JIM SCHACHTER, Times Staff Writer
Angel John Zabeneh, scion of a banana- and citrus-growing family in the small Central American nation of Belize, had no hint of the detour he'd be taking when he flew to Guatemala last Nov. 10 to buy provisions for the family plantations. According to Zabeneh's account, unchallenged by U.S. authorities, an agent of the U.S.
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