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    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens walked with parishioners and citizens concerned with the violence in Kansas City, Mo. Greitens spoke before the march inside the Metropolitan AME Zion Church at 2828 Prospect Avenue.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens walked with parishioners and citizens concerned with the violence in Kansas City, Mo. Greitens spoke before the march inside the Metropolitan AME Zion Church at 2828 Prospect Avenue. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
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