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Ramarley Graham's Family Still Seeking Justice in Teen's Killing

The parents of Ramarley Graham are not backing down in the fight to demand justice for their son, who was slain in his Bronx, New York, home in February 2012 by officer Richard Haste. The family sued the NYPD and the city in federal court Tuesday. A grand jury decided not to indict Haste in 2013. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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