ST. LOUIS, MO. (KPLR) – The country has been griped all week by the events surrounding the bombings at the Boston Marathon this past Monday; a week full of surprises in the case and its investigation.  Thursday late night the two suspects identified by the FBI, are suspected in the death of police officer, critically injuring another,  one of the suspect brothers is killed by the police an the other on the loose.

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CBS St.LOUIS:
August 15, 2012 2:59 PM

BALLWIN, Mo. (AP) -The burned-out mosque in Joplin will be rebuilt, but the fires there are emblematic of hatred that remains all too common against Muslims around the U.S., St. Louis-area religious and civil rights leaders said Wednesday. 

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By By JIM SALTER

ST. LOUIS August 16, 2012 (AP)

Investigators announced Thursday that they have been unable to determine the cause of a suspicious fire that destroyed a southwest Missouri mosque that was a previous arson target.

About three dozen investigators with the FBI, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Missouri Division of Fire Safety and Jasper County Sheriff's Department had been in Joplin since the fire at the Islamic Society of Joplin on Aug. 6. No one was hurt, but building that served as a mosque for about 50 families was destroyed.


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