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California man killed in Costco shooting was nonverbal, had intellectual disability, family says

FOXNews.com Monday, 17 June 2019
The man who was shot and killed by an off-duty Los Angeles police officer at a Costco in Southern California on Friday was known as a "gentle giant" who was mentally disabled and couldn't have started an argument that led to the deadly confrontation, his cousin said Sunday. 
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News video: Family Speaks Out After Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shoots, Kills Unarmed, Non-Verbal Man At Costco

Family Speaks Out After Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shoots, Kills Unarmed, Non-Verbal Man At Costco 02:16

The man's parents were also shot -- the father seems to be doing better, but the mother is said to not be out of the woods yet. Kara Finnstrom reports.

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