The feds have closed the books on the Alton Sterling shooting, but many questions still remain

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SIGNS OF HOPE: Baton Rouge resident Everett Matthews holds up a sign on Tuesday, May 2, outside the Triple S Food Mart, where Alton Sterling was killed last year. (Photo by The Associated Press)
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For nearly 10 months after the July 2016 shooting death of Alton Sterling by two Baton Rouge Police officers, the U.S. Justice Department investigation into the killing hung heavy over the city like s…

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