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Editorial: Gilroy Garlic Festival killings are part of a sick American tradition

Two American traditions - summer celebrations and gun violence - collided in jarring fashion over the weekend.

Here in California, a man armed with a military-style rifle snuck through a perimeter fence at the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival and opened fire late Sunday afternoon, killing three people, two of

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