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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Elizabeth Collins
A Nevada woman who survived six frigid days in the mountains said in an interview aired Monday that she had asked her boyfriend not to venture out for help after their Jeep became mired in mud on a back road.
She said she was asked whether she knows where they are and if she could take investigators to them, adding she answered "no" to all those questions.
"It went well," she said in a phone interview afterward. "They can rule me out of their book and move on to something else."