NYPD Says Farewell to Fallen Officer
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The wife and two sons of a policeman gunned down along with his partner in a brazen daylight ambush were joined at his wake Friday by thousands of uniformed officers, including dozens who saluted as his flag-draped casket was carried into the church. [Full Story]
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NYPD Says Farewell to Fallen Officer
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