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March 31, 2010

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Not to quibble, but I your headline implies that these men were killed because they were immigrants (that they were "targeted"). That is less likely the case than "Murders in Peoria target shopkeepers" or "Murders in Peoria target small business owners." I don't think you meant anything by the headline, but I doubt these men were killed for any reason other than they were behind the counter when some jackass punk decided he needed a few bucks.

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