Petra Funtila

resident of Inglewood

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Forty-year-old resident of Inglewood, born and raised in south Los Angeles

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Threats that used to be spray-painted on the sides of buildings are now turning up on line.  They might come from anywhere — but they're creating fears in some neighborhoods.

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Threats that used to be spray-painted on the sides of buildings are now turning up on line.  They might come from anywhere — but they're creating fears in some neighborhoods.

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