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Two shootings, some protests, and eggs thrown at the mayor's residence: the weekend in Los Angeles

Los Angeles police shot two people within a 28-hour time period over Saturday and Sunday, triggering sustained protests similar to those in Charlotte, North Carolina, and El Cajon, a city near San Diego.  The person killed in Los Angeles on Saturday, in the area of 108th Street and Western Avenue, was identified as 18-year-old Carnell Snell, Jr., known as  “CJ. ” Snell was Black.
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