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Report says anti-immigrant atmosphere in Suffolk County fuels violence

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A vigil for Marcelo Lucero in Novemeber of 2008. Lucero

A vigil for Marcelo Lucero in Novemeber of 2008. Lucero

 an Ecuadorean immigrant

an Ecuadorean immigrant

 was a victim of a hate crime in Patchogue.

was a victim of a hate crime in Patchogue.

Protesters at the East Hampton Train Station.

Protesters at the East Hampton Train Station.

Protesters at the East Hampton Train Station.

Protesters at the East Hampton Train Station.

A vigil for Marcelo Lucero in Novemeber of 2008. Lucero

A vigil for Marcelo Lucero in Novemeber of 2008. Lucero

By Carolyn Kormann on Sep 15, 2009
Latino immigrants live in fear in Suffolk County, where hate crimes are rampant and elected officials either fuel the fire with their own anti-immigrant rhetoric or do little to help... more

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