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University students and employees protest in San Juan against government plans to implement cuts to university budgets, while many state schools are also under threat

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James Barton Horn Jr., who police are searching for after finding Sandra Kay Sutton, 46, and her son, Zachary Wade Sutton shot to death at a relatives home

Police are now attempting to find James B. Horn Jr., 47 who allegedly locked Sutton in a box, and is suspected to have killed the mother and son

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