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Reverend Richard Fernandez, co-director of Vietnam Summer, flew to Texas last night after demanding "an open and exhaustive investigation" into the shooting death of Austin peace worker George Vizard.

Vizard was shot and killed at the Austin grocery store where he worked Monday morning.

He was a 23-year-old student at the University of Texas, an SDS member, and according to friends "one of the best known peace activists" in the University of Texas Committee to End the War

The night before his death Vizard attended a meeting which decried the "climate of violence in Texas."

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