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Slain student's kin say they plan suit

They ask change in US, state units

By Cristina Silva
Globe Staff / May 13, 2006

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The mother of Imette St. Guillen said her daughter would still be alive if not for the negligence of New York parole officials and the bar owners who hired the convicted felon accused of slaying the 24-year-old Boston native in February, a family spokesman said yesterday. (Full article: 598 words)

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