- n. Plural form of slaying.
“CNN: Arrest made in slayings of U.S. citizens in Mexico”
“[Lewisville cabdriver sought in slayings of 2 teen daughters, Dallas Morning News, Jan 3, 2008]”
“Threatening messages were left with the severed heads - a common feature of killings by drug cartels in Mexico - that suggested the slayings were the result of feuding between local gangs, the spokesman said.”
“But last Friday, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan said at a press conference that it was "a possibility" that the slayings were a contract hit.”
“First Assistant Hudson County Prosecutor Guy Gregory would not comment on the possibility that the slayings were a bias crime.”
“Police say that they no longer believe the slayings are a hate crime, as earlier suspected.”
“The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (news - web sites) had pressured the FBI (news - web sites) to investigate whether the slayings were a hate crime.”
“Suffolk cops have said they believe the slayings were the work of a serial killer.”
“Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli has called the slayings a "revenge killing" because he said Ballard had learned that Merhi was involved with another man.”
“According to the report, more than 75 percent of the victims were killed by someone they knew, and more than 80 percent of the slayings were the result of arguments between the victim and killer.”
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