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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Camilo Cabana
The body of slain U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Agent James "Terry" Watson was returned to his Louisiana home Monday following his stabbing last week in Colombia during an aborted robbery attempt.
Col. Camilo Cabana of Colombia's National Police said the taxi Mt. Watson was riding in was intercepted by another cab about three blocks from the restaurant.
He said the assailants then abandoned the agent in the street, where he was found shortly afterward by a police patrol.