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Hours after march for peace, shooting shakes St. Sabina

Two years ago, homeless and out of work, Emoni Atomah went to St. Sabina looking for help. The church
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Two years ago, homeless and out of work, Emoni Atomah went to St. Sabina looking for help. The church enrolled him in a mentoring program, helped him get a place to live and helped him find a job. But Wednesday night, steps from the parish, 23-year-old Atomah was fatally shot. Reporters Matthew Hendrickson, Tom Schuba and David Struett have the story…

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