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The Maine Campus

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Sunday morning, two black UMaine students were attacked by [nine] white men. Orono Police Chief Dan Lowe said the incident wasn't racially-motivated. The two black men aren't talking, and Lowe refuses to identify the nine white men because he fear racial overtones to the crime will present the administration of justice.


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