Grand jury will convene on Kamal Flowers capturing: Lawyer

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Grand jury will convene on Kamal Flowers shooting: Lawyer

A grand jury will convene in the fatal police shooting of Kamal Flowers, Flowers’ family’s lawyer Rich St. Paul said.

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