Mass-murder site could be torn down

The site of the worst mass murder in Indianapolis history could soon be torn down. The city is working to secure a demolition
order on the Hamilton Avenue house where seven people were murdered in June 2006. Two men have since been convicted for the
deaths. Once the lot is cleared, the land could become a park or possibly a memorial to the victims.

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