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Topic - Sagala
Sagala said she immediately called the police and also told her story to a Spanish-language TV network.
Levine said he has provided the district attorney in California with letters Sagala wrote to her husband in Mexico and has found witnesses from the small Oaxacan village where he was living for 12 years who claim Sagala called and spoke to Utrera several times on the community's public telephone.