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Mexican Victims, Families Sue Walmart Over El Paso Mass Shooting

Newsy Thursday, 21 November 2019 ()
Mexican Victims, Families Sue Walmart Over El Paso Mass ShootingWatch VideoRepresentatives of families and victims of the mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, are suing Walmart Inc. 

The attack left 22 people dead and two dozen more injured at the Cielo Vista Walmart on Aug. 3. El Paso's population is mostly Hispanic or Latino, and of the 22 people killed, eight were Mexican...
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Mexico's Foreign Relations Department alleges Walmart failed to take "reasonable and necessary steps" to protect its customers.

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