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Kansas City boy makes emotional plea to mayor after losing loved ones to gun violence

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) -- A metro boy's plea has Mayor Sly James in weighing in on his request. He's 10 years old and lost his younger brother and a cousin in a high-profile drive by shooting two months ago. He says it's changed his life forever, now he's asking for help. Thursday marks two months since 8-year-old Montell Ross was shot and killed. Still, no arrests have been made in his case.
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