Melinda Deslatte

Associated Press

A Baton Rouge correspondent for the Associated Press

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The videotaped killing of a black suspect in Baton Rouge by police officers will be the focus of a civil rights investigation by the U.S. Justice Department.

Justice Department Opens Investigation into Baton Rouge Police Shooting

The videotaped killing of a black suspect in Baton Rouge by police officers will be the focus of a civil rights investigation by the U.S. Justice Department.

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