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Lillie Chin, mother of Vincent chin who was clubbed to death by two white men in June 1982, breaks down as a relative (L), helps her walk while leaving Detroit's City County Building. Mrs. Chin along with the American Citizens for Justice are asking Judge Charles Kaufman, who heard the case and passed sentence, to resentence the two involved in the slayings. Kaufman sentenced the men to 3 years probation after plea bargaining agreements.

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