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Shaken by the El Paso shooting, Latinos across the US fear they'll be targeted next

El Paso, Texas (CNN)Miles beyond the Walmart's walls and days after the gunman pulled the trigger, the massacre that ended 22 lives here has jolted communities that were already on edge.For Latinos and immigrants across the United States -- many already living in fear -- the shooting was a devastating escalation. This time, it wasn't a viral video of someone shouting at people for speaking Spanish or a racist tweet telling congresswomen to "go back" to where they came from. It was something far more terrifying: an ambush, carried out by a gunman who made no secret of his hatred of Latinos."We're all feeling it. We're all shaken about it," said Vicki Gaubeca, who lives in Tucson, Arizona, and is the executive director of the Southern Border ...