Justin Carr, 26, who was fatally shot in the head during protests in uptown on Wednesday night. (Sept. 21)
Justin Carr, 26, who was fatally shot in the head during protests in uptown on Wednesday night. (Sept. 21) Courtesy of the Carr family
Justin Carr, 26, who was fatally shot in the head during protests in uptown on Wednesday night. (Sept. 21) Courtesy of the Carr family

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