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  • Haji Williams talks about his late son

    Haji Williams talks about his son, Assan, who was just 18 when he was shot and killed last March near 38th Street and Kensington Avenue. Williams has planted a small, white cross with a photo to memorialize where a gunman sprayed bullets into a crowd on March 13.

Haji Williams talks about his son, Assan, who was just 18 when he was shot and killed last March near 38th Street and Kensington Avenue. Williams has planted a small, white cross with a photo to memorialize where a gunman sprayed bullets into a crowd on March 13. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Haji Williams talks about his son, Assan, who was just 18 when he was shot and killed last March near 38th Street and Kensington Avenue. Williams has planted a small, white cross with a photo to memorialize where a gunman sprayed bullets into a crowd on March 13. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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