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Mayor Garcetti calls for calm, calls skid row shooting "fast-moving situation"

Mayor Eric Garcetti said the shooting death of a homeless man by Los Angeles police officers happened in a "fast-moving situation" and asked the public to withhold judgment until an investigation is completed.
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