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Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Roils L.A. Community

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Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Roils L.A. Community

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Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Roils L.A. Community

Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Roils L.A. Community

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Friends and neighbors of a 13-year-old boy say they can't understand why he was shot to death early Sunday morning. Los Angeles Police say Devin Brown was suspected of stealing a car and led officers on a three-and-a-half mile chase. Officials say an officer opened fire after the boy backed the car into a police cruiser.

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