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Killings over Sacred Cow Cause Uproar in India

The killing of five low-caste Indian men stirs intense debate. They made a living collecting animal hides and died after being accused of skinning alive a cow sacred to Hindus. No murder charges have been filed. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.

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