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Chances are, you didn’t hear about the double murder-suicide in Los Angeles, which played out in the early morning darkness on Veterans Day. News overload isn’t the only reason the carnage escaped widespread notice.  https://lat.ms/2om2v6b 

It claimed three people who were bound by poverty, addiction and mental illness. Like many in Southern California’s growing population of people who are homeless, and those who are nearly so, they were searching for a place to belong.  https://lat.ms/2om2v6b 

This is a crime story. And a love story. It’s a story about life between hanging on and losing everything, between home and homeless encampment, between life and death. From @boreskes, @MatthewOrmseth, and @marialaganga:  https://lat.ms/2om2v6b 

Read more on how our reporters uncovered the details to this story:  https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-10-10/double-murder-suicide-behind-the-story 

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