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Suspect in Santa Clara office deaths described as family man

There are 1 comment on the Monterey County Herald story from Nov 16, 2008, titled Suspect in Santa Clara office deaths described as family man. In it, Monterey County Herald reports that:

Those who know Jing Hua Wu said the 47-year-old engineer was a smart, unassuming family man whose three young boys played among neighborhood children on a quiet street in this Silicon Valley city.

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San Francisco, CA

#1 Nov 16, 2008
from reading this article you seam to want to make this killer a victim!....
if it was a white person this guy would have been a vicious killer,for killing a bounch of people!....
no wander why people don't read your papers anymore!... they are trash,you people have no respect for the people that sacrificed to build and defend this country for the last 200 and some what years.
you people are a perfect exemplo why this country is becaming so corrupted, they the great people of this great country have allowed you degenerates to take over the media.the day of justice will come!...and the people will take this country back, it will not be in the next four years but it will happen,enjoy yourselve while it lasts.

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