In the dusky evening of Feb. 7, 1992, most students at UC Berkeley had shoved their books aside to get ready for a weekend of fun. Such was the case for a group of students who met on campus to finish their weekly work for an organization called the Pilipino American Alliance.
Grace Asuncion, a 20-year-old Philippine-American from Agoura Hills, said goodbye to her friends around 5 p.m. and stayed behind to order a cake for an upcoming event.
A few hours later, Asuncion’s bloodied ...
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