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Editorial: A macabre murder case, a Chicago family's broken dreams

A new member of the family was coming. A baby boy: Marlen Ochoa-Lopez and Yovani Lopez's boy. Nine months pregnant, Marlen already had a 3-year-old son who now would have a brother.

Marlen, 19, was doing the things that parents do when they're bringing

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