Family of Fil-Am postal worker killed by racist 20 years ago continues crusade

  LOS ANGELES -- Joseph Ileto had the day off on Aug. 10, 1999, his mother recalled. But when his coworker called in sick, he didn't hesitate to cover his shift, she said.   She remembered speaking to her son briefly on the phone that morning, but she didn't know it would be the last time she would hear his voice.   Ileto, a Filipino American postal worker, was delivering mail in a Los Angeles neighborhood that day when he was shot and killed by a white supremacist who had earlier in the day opened fire at a nearby Jewish community center, injuring five people.   "As a mother when you lose a child, especially your first born to a hate crime, t...

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