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A convenience store at 1901 Wright Ave — closed by court order as a nuisance on June 22, less than a week after a murder in the parking lot there — now features protest signs and graffiti apparently placed there by the owner. The graffiti implies that the owner was unwelcome because he is Muslim.

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Photo by Brian Chilson

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