- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 17, 2009

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (AP) - The families of two Honduran immigrants who were slain last month on a New Jersey horse farm are struggling to come to grips with their loss.

Alex Aguilar and Marcial Morales-Maldonado were found bludgeoned to death at the Sterling Chase Horse Farm in Springfield, N.J. Two other immigrant workers who shared living quarters with them are charged in their deaths. They remain in the custody in Texas while New Jersey authorities arrange for their extradition.

Family members of the victims say they were hard working, devoted family men who supported their families back home on $300-per-week salaries.

They say it was a struggle to raise $7,000 to send the bodies to Honduras for burial.



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