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New York / Deadly Attack #911457

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 11, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Joe Johns) The hate crime murder in New York state of an Ecuadoran immigrant Marcelo Lucero†† by a gang of seven led by Jeffrey Conroy†† featured; scenes and photos shown; details given about the overall hate crimes against Latinos. [Suffolk County police Det. Lt. Jack FITZPATRICK†- says they went out to assault Latinos.] [Hispanics Across America Fernando MATEO†- reads statement.] [On WABC, L.I. Brookville Reformed Church Rev. Alan RAMIREZ†- says the blood of immigrants is flowing.] [Latino columnist Ruben NAVARRETTE†- comments on the crimes.] The issue of anti-immigrant rhetoric noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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