http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/tribune-review/news/s_134521.html The fatal shooting of a teenage robbery suspect near his Pittsburgh-area home last week and accusations of missteps in the Pittsburgh police probe of the incident ignited a debate over whether the police can investigate themselves impartially, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Police and prosecutors promise a thorough investigation into the death of Dion Lee Hall, but critics like Tim Stevens of the NAACP ask, "How can you trust the process when it's been . . .
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