When police officer Donald Johnston of El Monte, Ca., answered a routine call in 1990 to investigate a forgery attempt at a bank, he ended up shot in the neck and a paraplegic. Twenty-six years later the case has become a part of the presidential campaign, cited by Donald Trump as an example of someone who was in the U.S. illegally attacking an American citizen. Court records, however, indicate that the shooter, Nguyen Lu, was not in the . . .
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