Fatal police officer shooting: a father and son
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Fatal police officer shooting: a father and son

West Memphis (Ark.) Police Officer Bill Evans and Sgt. Brandon Paudert pull over a white van with expired tags. Inside are a 45-year-old man and his 16-year-old son, passing through Arkansas after legally buying at least one firearm at a gun show in Florida. As the officers talk to the father near the back of the van, the son jumps out with an AK-47. (Edited by Ben de la Cruz and Cheryl W. Thompson/The Washington Post)

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