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Mayor Eric Garcetti's house egged after protesters marched there Saturday

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Hancock Park house was egged after protesters angry about the police shooting of a man in South Los Angeles demonstrated there Saturday night. Protesters took to the streets Saturday after Los Angeles police shot and killed 18-year-old Carnell Snell Jr., who ran...
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