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Tonight: Candlelight Vigil for those Lost in Venice Triple Murder

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For those in Venice or for those who are simply floored by the triple murder in Venice last week--a pregnant mother with twins was raped and killed, allegedly by a man already in custody--tonight is the community candlelight vigil, says Tara Tiger Brown at LA Metblogs. It's set for tonight at 6 p.m., at 1660 Electric Avenue, one block from Abbott Kinney.

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