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'I wanted his future to be longer than that.' Alfred Olango's mother laments his death in police shooting

Days after her son was shot and killed by El Cajon police, Pamela Benge told reporters Thursday that she was praying for the deaths of unarmed black men to come to an end. "It keeps going, it keeps going," she said at a San Diego news conference.  Benge said she had been following the shooting...
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