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Jersey City Shooting: Funeral Today For Det. Joseph Seals, Killed Confronting Suspects In Cemetery

CBS 2 Tuesday, 17 December 2019
Jersey City Shooting: Funeral Today For Det. Joseph Seals, Killed Confronting Suspects In CemeteryExactly one week after the attack, the city will say goodbye to a beloved husband and father of five whose life was cut short in the line of duty.
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News video: Jersey City Shooting: Detective Killed In Shootout Laid To Rest

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Detective Joseph Seals, who was killed during a shootout in Jersey City last week, was laid to rest Tuesday; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.

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