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Dispute Leads to Fatal Shooting of Unemployed Chinese Immigrant

World Journal, Posted: Nov 10, 2009

MONTEREY PARK, Calif. A confrontation between two Chinese immigrants a job center, resulted in a fatal shooting, according to the World Journal. The newspaper reports that both the suspect and the victim are immigrants from Tianjin Province, north coastal China, and were visiting the center on Nov. 6 for job search.

The owner of the job center, Yang, who witnessed the killing, told the paper that the confrontation was not about money or love affairs, but simply because Chinese new immigrants experienced lots of pressure in the United States. However, he refused to reveal more other than the suspect shot the victim once. The 40-year-old suspect is still at large.


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