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Protesters seek 'justice' for Harper College wrestler

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George Iliopoulos of Addison was one of 70 friends, family members and fellow students who attended the prayer vigil outside the DuPage County courthouse for Harper College wrestler Kerin Ramirez.

Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

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Nora Ramirez holds up incense during a prayer vigil Wednesday for her son Kerin, accused of breaking into a police officer's house.

Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

About 70 friends, family, and fellow students attended the prayer vigil outside the DuPage County courthouse for Harper College wrestler Kerin Ramirez.

Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

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A Harper College wrestler was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time, his mother says, and he could face 30 years in prison as a result. Nora Ramirez was joined by about 70 protesters outside the DuPage County courthouse to pray for her son, who they say is being unfairly prosecuted for drunkenly wandering into a police officers home.
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    • George Iliopoulos of Addison was one of 70 friends, family members and fellow students who attended the prayer vigil outside the DuPage County courthouse for Harper College wrestler Kerin Ramirez.
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    • Nora Ramirez holds up incense during a prayer vigil Wednesday for her son Kerin, accused of breaking into a police officer’s house.
    • About 70 friends, family, and fellow students attended the prayer vigil outside the DuPage County courthouse for Harper College wrestler Kerin Ramirez.
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