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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
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Topic - Orlando Orea
The man suspected of killing a popular youth soccer coach on a busy New York City street before fleeing to Mexico left a note with his brother saying he was "sorry," Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Thursday.
A man suspected of slashing a 25-year-old youth soccer coach to death and slicing off his ear last weekend on a New York City street fled to Mexico City on Tuesday, a law enforcement official said.
"We're doing everything we can to put the process in motion to get this individual back here," he said.