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    " as a recruiting tool with the killers being picked"

    The make-up of the murder squad was of a distinctly international nature, deliberately chosen to gain maximum effect as a recruiting tool with the killers being picked from I*** members from all over the world. At least two Britons have been identified in the squad, as have French and German passport holders.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-L...ter-on-Streets

    The sentence above is came from the post of the blog I put the address on.

    Can it be the same meaning as I write below?

    The composition of the killer squad has very international feature, deliberately chosen to achieve the highest effect as a recruiting tool with picking the killers from I***members from all around the world. At least two of members of the squad were identified as a British and it also has a couple of French and German.

    Please let me know if I am right or wrong.

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    Re: " as a recruiting tool with the killers being picked"

    Your version is not good.

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    #3

    Re: " as a recruiting tool with the killers being picked"

    Quote Originally Posted by ddbao0242 View Post
    The composition of the killer squad has very international feature, deliberately chosen to achieve the highest effect as a recruiting tool with picking the killers from I***members from all around the world. At least two of members of the squad were identified as a British and it also has a couple of French and German.
    The changes that I've labelled in blue are reasonable. The others don't work.

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