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Armanious Family massacre update

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Submitted by John Ginty (United States), Dec 15, 2005 at 10:01

I recall reading a news article months back which said that two white men had been arrested for the murders of the family in Jersey City. Apparently, a robbery was underway, when one of the young daughters recognized one of the perpetrators (apparently a prior renter of an apartment in the multyi-family home). The robbers then murdered the family. So it appears this incident was not terror-related.
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