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Tragedy strikes Benedictine sisters in Virginia

As sisters of the Benedictine order gather in Bristow, Va., for a five-day retreat, a crash blamed on drunken driving kills one nun and critically injures two others, adding gravity and emotion to the event.

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Undocumented immigrant, suspect in fatal crash that killed nun, was not flight risk, report says
Article | An undocumented immigrant who allegedly killed a nun while driving drunk in Prince William County had been released by immigration authorities after two other convictions because he had demonstrated that he was not a flight risk, according to a Department of Homeland Security report released Friday.
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Tragedy strikes Benedictine sisters in Virginia
Photos | As sisters of the Benedictine order gather in Bristow, Va., for a five-day retreat, a crash blamed on drunken driving kills one nun and critically injures two others, adding gravity and emotion to the event.
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Driver in crash that killed nun in Prince William had federal work card issued
Article | The allegedly drunk driver charged in the collision death of a nun received a federal permit to work in this country while efforts to deport him were underway, the Prince William County police chief said Friday.
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Crash spurs request for immigration data
Article | The chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors has asked Congress to subpoena certain Immigration and Customs Enforcement records that he thinks will outrage the general public and make the Obama administration take a closer look at immigration reform.
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Va. rejects work permits as proof of legal status
Article | Virginia said Tuesday that federal work permit cards can no longer be used to prove someone's legal status when obtaining driver's licenses or identification cards in the state after a fatal crash involving a Benedictine nun and a Bolivian man, accused of drunk driving, who immigrated here...

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