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April 28, 2014 4:44 PM

FBI chief mourns Overland Park shootings, urges better tracking of hate crimes

Mourning three recent killings outside Jewish sites in Overland Park, by “a madman with a warped view of what America should look like,” FBI Director James Comey called Monday for stronger reporting of hate crimes and increased education to help prevent them.

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