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Florida Man Who Shot and Killed A Black Man In Parking Dispute Gets 20 Years

NPR Thursday, 10 October 2019
Michael Drejka was sentenced Thursday. Surveillance video from July 2018 shows Drejka shoot and kill Markeis McGlockton who was unarmed. The men were arguing over a handicapped parking space.
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