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Police Shooting

A federal court in Texas refused to dismiss wrongful death and negligence claims against Bexar County, Texas, in a case relating to the killing of an unarmed woman and six-year-old boy by law enforcement officers who were pursuing the woman because she had outstanding warrants for fraud and credit card abuse.

SAN ANTONIO — A federal court in Texas refused to dismiss wrongful death and negligence claims against Bexar County, Texas, in a case relating to the killing of an unarmed woman and 6-year-old boy by law enforcement officers who were pursuing the woman because she had outstanding warrants for fraud and credit card abuse. 

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