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Murders Still On The Mind Of Many Residents In Goshen

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GOSHEN, CA - JANUARY 18, 2023 - - Federico Peña, 71, peers out the front door of his home in Goshen two days after six people were slain in the small Tulare County town on January 18, 2023. Thats something else. Thats different, Peña said of the killings. Stuff like that doesnt happen around here, he concluded. Peña, a Vietnam veteran, has been living in the community since 1971.(Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

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