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Topic - Alicia Smiley
Police suspect homicide in the death of a racetrack worker whose body was discovered just yards from the barn of this year's Kentucky Derby winner, although investigators said there was no apparent link to the storied annual race.
The discovery of a man's body Sunday in the stable area of Churchill Downs was being investigated as a homicide, but there is no connection to the racetrack or the Kentucky Derby, police said.
The discovery of a man's body Sunday in the stable area of Churchill Downs was being investigated as a homicide, but there appears to be no connection to the race track or the Kentucky Derby, police said.