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The settlers use every pretext to launch attacks on the Mu people. If there is no pretext they invent one. A number of times in the past bodies of settlers died of illness or from any other natural causes were secretly kept in or near Mu neighborhoods and innocent Mus were falsely accused of their deaths. In pre-accord era, a communal attack was narrowly averted when settlers secretly put a body of a settler, who died of an illness, near the house of late Mr. XXX, an ex member of parliament, at LL in P town. In 2005, the settlers killed a B woman, kept her dead body near a Mu village and then fanned communal tension accusing that the Mus were responsible for her death. In a similar incident in D last year, the decomposed body of a settler was found floating on the waters of the S lake. The settlers as usual blamed the Mus for his death and gathered at D bazaar to launch a reprisal attack on Mu inhabited areas. Later on, the police unraveled the mystery of his death and arrested the culprit, averting an imminent attack. There are many such instances in which the settlers tried to shift the blame for the killing of their fellow settlers on innocent Mu people in order to carry out communal attacks on them.

I would appreciate it very much if any native speaker could check the above passage for any mistakes. Thanks
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The settlers use every pretext to launch attacks on the Mu people, and if there is no pretext they invent one. Several times in the past, the bodies of settlers who had died of illness or other natural causes were secreted in or near Mu neighborhoods and innocent Mus were falsely accused of their deaths. In the pre-accord era, a community attack was narrowly averted after settlers secretly placed such a body near the house of the late Mr. XXX, a former member of Parliament, at LL in P town. In 2005, settlers killed a B woman, placed her corpse near a Mu village, and then fanned community tension accusing the Mus of responsibility for her death. In a similar incident in D last year, the decomposing body of a settler was found floating in S lake. The settlers as usual blamed the Mus for the death and gathered at D bazaar to launch a reprisal attack on Mu habitations. The police unraveled the mystery of the death and arrested the culprit, averting the imminent attack. There are many such instances in which settlers have tried to shift the blame for the killing of fellow settlers onto innocent Mu people in order to carry out reprisal attacks on them.
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Thanks MM very much, but just one question -- was my using the world "put" rong, or you have just thought "place" is the best choice?
'Put' is too informal for such a text.
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