Audio: Kongri Chen's emergency calls
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Audio: Kongri Chen's emergency calls

These are the 911 calls made by Kongri Chen, owner of Eddie Leonard Carryout in the 2400 block of Good Hope Road SE, on August 3, 2007. He is calling about a rowdy patron, Jason L. Taft, who is later killed by a police officer. They were recently played in court during the civil trial. (District of Columbia)

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