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Naturalized Hmong American from Laos who was convicted of murder, but claimed self defense. Wikipedia

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  • Kao Kalia Yang (born 1980) a Hmong American writer and author of The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir from Coffee House Press and The Song Poet from Metropolitan Press. Her work has appeared in the Paj Ntaub Voice Hmong literary journal, "Waterstone~Review," and other publications. Wikipedia

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  • He also assisted in the defense of Chai Vang, the Hmong hunter who shot several other hunters to death in northern Wisconsin in 2004.Daniel D. Blinka-Wikipedia
  • Reports of racial tension in the forests of Wisconsin during hunting seasons had been reported since Chai Soua Vang (no relation), a Hmong hunter, was convicted of killing six Caucasian hunters two years before Cha Vang's murder.Murder of Cha Vang-Wikipedia

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