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Joaquin Luna
The family of an 18-year-old undocumented high school student claims that after the failure of the Dream Act, he became despondent over his undocumented status and killed himself.
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Joaquin Luna pictured above on his bike. A copy of his suicide letter is pictured also given to Fox News Latino by the family.
(Diyre Mendoza)

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Joaquin Luna pictured with his mother in 2009.
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Joaquin Luna pictured with unnamed friends.
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Joaquin Luna pictured with the blue prints Luna drew of his own home cropped behind him.
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Joaquin Luna's blueprints of his home he designed and his family currently lives in.
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Joaquin Luna's blueprints of his home he designed and his family currently lives in.
(Luna/Mendoza Family)

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Joaquin Luna's guitar he used to play in the choir at his church.
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Poster of Joaquin Luna. Written in spanish it reads "In heaven - papers are not needed."
(Luna/Mendoza Family)

Joaquin Luna

The family of an 18-year-old undocumented high school student claims that after the failure of the Dream Act, he became despondent over his undocumented status and killed himself.

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