Brenda Gazzar

Los Angeles Daily News

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Details of more than 130 cases of death, mostly homicides, are being withheld from the public.

Police Coroner Holds Keep Death Details away from Public

Details of more than 130 cases of death, mostly homicides, are being withheld from the public.

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