Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos leaves consul general's office in New York after applying for a visa to return to her native land Thursday. She will face charges in an effort to retrieve billions of dollars if she comes back, says President Corazon Aquino, who is pictured on the magazine cover posted in the office. Marcos will return "even if they arrest her when she gets off the plane," said her lawyer.
CAPTION ONLY: CAN MARCOS GO HOME?
By Deseret News