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Vigil unites Brockton after hate-filled spree

Adelina Duarte, 8, of Brockton joined dozens of others at a peace vigil held last night at Temple Beth Emunah. Adelina Duarte, 8, of Brockton joined dozens of others at a peace vigil held last night at Temple Beth Emunah. (Globe Staff Photo / Justine Hunt)
By Emily Canal and Matt Collette
Globe Correspondents / January 26, 2009

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BROCKTON - A crowd of about 500 people packed Temple Beth Emunah and the adjoining auditorium last night to condemn bloodshed and demonstrate unity, four days after a Brockton man allegedly killed two people and raped a third in what authorities have described as a race-fueled hate crime. (Full article: 507 words)

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