Bryn Stole

Reporter

Crime reporter for the Advocate, based in Baton Rouge.

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In Baton Rouge last week, police killed a black man named Alton Sterling outside a convenience store where he’d been selling CD’s.

Police and Protestors Clash in Baton Rouge

In Baton Rouge last week, police killed a black man named Alton Sterling outside a convenience store where he’d been selling CD’s.

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