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The group also urged Baja California lawmakers to add a formal recognition of murder based on gender identity to the state’s Penal Code.

Instead, she urged prosecutors to give LeBlond a chance to confess to the murder and accept responsibility, WTOP reported.

Obviously this is useful in the countries, such as Brazil, where murder rates are about five times the global average and crime has been seen as a major problem in the society.

They started an advertising agency that focused on the luxury fashion world, but after the murder of Trayvon Martin they decided to move into the social justice space.

He was also accused of attempted murder, and even had milk dumped on him.

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The website Murder Inna Dancehall catalogs 207 dancehall songs with violently anti-gay lyrics.

Murder, suicide, illness, old age: These deaths stalk us all, but in prison, they collect us so much more cheaply.

On rival CBS, which had been the original home of The Twilight Zone, the long running Murder, She Wrote premiered in 1984.

Murder, violent crime, unemployment, and taxes all rose dramatically under his stewardship.

How to Get Away With a Hollywood Murder By Tim Teeman The director William Desmond Taylor was shot dead, notoriously, in 1922.

Murder by the hypodermic needle, no doubt, would escape detection often enough were it not for circumstances.

Murder, rape, arson, and a host of other atrocities are often the first evidence of a diseased brain.

"I think I know who committed the Daffodil Murder," he said steadily.

Murder is ghastly enough, in whatever shape it meets us, and from whatever cause.

What a dickens is the Woman always a whimpring about Murder for?

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On this page you'll find 155 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to murder, such as: assassination, bloodshed, crime, destruction, felony, and homicide.

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