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Patchogue dedicates plaque in memory of Marcelo Lucero as brother urges everybody to 'make peace'

On what would have been Marcelo Lucero's 50th birthday, a plaque honoring him was unveiled at Village Hall in Patchogue. This plaque replaces one that had been there previously and honors Lucero, who was killed nearly 13 years ago by a group of teens who had targeted Hispanic men. Credit: Newsday / Raychel Brightman

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