Jury mulls fate of officer who shot at 1 man but hit another

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MIAMI — A Florida jury is considering the fate of a police officer who says he fired his rifle when he mistakenly thought an autistic man was holding his caretaker at gunpoint, but the bullet instead struck and wounded the disabled man’s caretaker. North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda, who is accused of attempted manslaughter, […]

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