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April 20, 1993 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The sheet hanging outside David Angulo's ramshackle house in this farming and cattle town carries a simple spray-painted message: "In Memory Of Roman Ortiz. We Want Justice." Angulo, 20, a part-time janitor, thinks a terrible wrong was committed when his friend, Arturo Roman Ortiz, an unemployed laborer and ex-convict, was shot to death last October by a young police officer while resisting arrest. "He may have used drugs," Angulo said, "but he didn't deserve to die like that."
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April 20, 1993 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The sheet hanging outside David Angulo's ramshackle house in this farming and cattle town carries a simple spray-painted message: "In Memory Of Roman Ortiz. We Want Justice." Angulo, 20, a part-time janitor, thinks a terrible wrong was committed when his friend, Arturo Roman Ortiz, an unemployed laborer and ex-convict, was shot to death last October by a young police officer while resisting arrest. "He may have used drugs," Angulo said, "but he didn't deserve to die like that."
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