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Memorial for fallen officer unveiled

“The Healing Process Has Begun,” said Lancaster Police Chief Keith Humphrey as Mayor Marcus Knight helped unveil the new road dedicated to fallen officer Craig Lamont Shaw Saturday, Feb.19 to the fallen hero’s family. Shaw was shot and killed by Dallas Police Chief David Brown’s son, David Brown Jr., eight months ago, on Father’s Day last year. Craig Shaw Memorial Parkway is located as you turn onto 1501 N. Dallas Ave.


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Can the autopsy and ballistic report on who bullets shot and killed Lancaster Police Officer Craig Shaw be found at this location? If not the Collusion between government and media continues. WFAA report Tanya Eiserer reported that Tiffany James stated that she heard a police officer say he shot the wrong person then the story was revised. Then Eiserer states autopsies showed Shaw died of a single rifle wound to the head and the internal affairs report follows a routine recent grand jury review of the shooting that also contained similar findings. Remember that ex- FBI agent Terry Hart the attorney was hired to investigate funeralgate. The investigation would have become moot when the autopsy and ballistic report showed that Brown Jr. did not kill Swat trained Officer Craig Shaw. The fact that David Brown Jr. is said to have shot and killed Officer Craig Shaw shows that Officer Shaw was incompetent.
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