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Compton: Victor Garza Jr., 23

July 25, 2009 |  4:18 pm
Garza,-Victor Victor Garza Jr., a 23-year-old Latino, was shot in the head and died on July 17. He was shot in the 400 block of East Oaks Street in Compton, according to the Los Angeles County coroner's office.


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Victor was a nice young man who was loved by everyone even though we were not related i just hope them beasts who did rot in hell really soon R.I.P. VICTOR JR. GARZA

you guys should do justice he wasn't gang related he didn't diserve to die

he didnt deserve to die do the right thing and get his respect back capture the idiots that did that he was a nice person who didn't deserve to die every one loved him including me he was a nice guy he deserves justice R.I.P My La Wienner im going to miss you justice

he was a loyal man who didn't diserve to die he was well loved like he always will be he was to young to die just because of some stupid idiots RIP LA WIENNER HE WILL ALWAYS BE MISSED LOVE LA LOOSER I MISS U
DO JUSTICE CAPTURE THEM STUPID PEOPLE

victor was a nice man that didnt diserve to die that was so selfish and senseless we loved him he was really loved



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