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Church Vigil for PA Beating Victim

Al Dia, news, Milena Velis Posted: May 17, 2009

On Saturday, Latinos in Shenandoah, Pa., will congregate at the towns only Hispanic church to remember Mexican immigrant Lus Ramrez, who was beaten to death by white youths last July. Earlier this month, a jury found the youths innocent of all charges related to Ramrez death. The Rev. Mara Velez has called a vigil at her church. She is a member of board of directors of the National Coalition of Latino Clergy and Christian Leaders, which has publicly denounced the jurys verdict.



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