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Family of man shot by El Cajon police appear with Al Sharpton, seeking Justice Department investigation

The Rev. Al Sharpton on Wednesday called on the Department of Justice to investigate the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man last month by an El Cajon police officer, a shooting he called “egregious at best.” Flanked by members of Alfred Olango’s family at a news conference in South Los Angeles,...
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