Italy: Looking for General Dozier

Many tips but few clues in the hunt for a kidnaped American

At least 1,200 carabinieri established roadblocks in the region around Verona. Hundreds of others fanned out through the Northern Italian cities of Padua, Bolzano and Mestre, looking for clues and searching abandoned houses. Meanwhile, six antiterrorist experts from the U.S. Defense Department rushed to the scene. Yet by week's end the biggest manhunt since the 1978 assassination of former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro had come up empty. There was still no hint of the whereabouts of Brigadier General James Dozier, 50, the U.S. Army officer held...

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