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Purdue's Caleb 'Biggie' Swanigan escaped brutal childhood, but story ends at age 25


People are crying for in West Lafayette today. People are crying at Purdue. People are crying on the south side of Indianapolis, which is where I live. A man is crying in the living room here. I’m alone. We are emotional because Biggie was wonderful and because this isn’t the natural order of life. We don’t bury our children. (Indianapolis Star)

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Purdue's Caleb 'Biggie' Swanigan escaped brutal childhood, but story ends at age 25


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