3 brothers shot dead in western Wisco...

3 brothers shot dead in western Wisconsin; suspect is a St. Pau...

There are 82 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Aug 16, 2009, titled 3 brothers shot dead in western Wisconsin; suspect is a St. Pau.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Three young brothers are dead in a shooting in western Wisconsin that also left two people critically injured.

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Milwaukee, WI

#104 Aug 26, 2009
LMAO! These white people are just bitches, plain and simple. They are everyone's friend until you turn around and they will stab you in the back. If we go to our country then you go back to yours too. Bloody England! LOL! Talk like your tough why do you live in the suburbs. There's more white trash then Hmongs too! so who's breeding like rabbits huh, Krackerjacks? Wish those 3 dead was whitetrashs. Well, we'll make up for it when we go driving into the suburbs and just shoot a couple of white people hopefully their all childrens so they don't have a chance to join the KKK. We don't talk crap behind a computer like krackers do we end lives for real.
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Eden Prairie, MN

#105 Sep 8, 2009
Before opening up your mouth and showing us how ignorant you are, know your history...

During the Vietnam War, the US recruited the Hmong and trained, paid, and provided military weapons to them; for the purpose of engagement in guerrilla warfare against the North Vietnamese.

Hmong soldiers rescued downed American pilots from enemy territories and defended American outposts in Laos. One such outpost was an airport by the name of Luang Prabang. Whole groups of Hmong soldiers risked and lost their lives to save one American pilot. They also attacked many North Vietnamese convoy that were using the Ho Chi Minh trail, which cross Northern Laos from North Vietnam into South Vietnam. By attacking these supplies thousands of U.S. soldiers did not die in South Vietnam. They valiantly fought for their cause through out the entire Secret War.

When the U.S. withdrew its troops from South Vietnam in 1975, they also withdrew the training teams, military weapons, and financial support from Laos and the Hmong. This action weakened the Laotian government and Hmong guerillas army that depended on that support. The Pathet Lao communist party eventually took over Laos and the Hmong that were left behind were seen as a threat and persecuted.

Deserted by their U.S. allies, the Hmong had to flee to Thailand for refuge. The Secret War ended in the same year as the Vietnam Waró1975. The Hmong did not feel this finality, for to this day they still are persecuted

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